Today, the main authors of the User Data Manifesto have announced the release of version 2.0 during the ownCloud Contributor Conference in Berlin.

“The version 1.0 was instantly very popular and I got a ton of positive feedback and support. But over the time it also became clear that a few things could be expressed in a simpler and clearer way. So the idea came up to do a revision of the manifesto based on all the feedback” says Frank Karlitschek who launched the initiative in 2012.

“The recognition of the User Data Rights defined in the manifesto is an important block to build a free society in the digital age“ according to Hugo Roy, coauthor of the User Data Manifesto version 2. Mywifiext The publication of the Manifesto is supported by:



Read the full text of the User Data Manifesto here.

We're happy to announce the 2.0 release of the User Data Manifesto, a document that provides guidance on how to best manage user data when deploying consumer web and mobile applications. This version includes major updates and four new tenets: The relationship between the developer, the service provider, and users must be clearly defined; I will visit website to get help in my essay. Users should always understand what is being done with their data; Users should always have control over how their data is shared with others; and If you are not in compliance with these rules, then it's up to you to decide whether or not your application will be successful.
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