Privacy in the era of 4IR

Global Digital Human Right to Privacy and Data Protection
To protect the human person from surveillance, interference through new technologies (facial recognition), it is necessary to adopt new standards for the protection of personal data and biometric data. We need global digital human rights to protect against the risks of industry 4.0 (from the Internet of things, big data, AI) technologies.
The use of surveillance and control technologies during a pandemic increases the risks of 4IR for human rights in the world.
Elements of privacy rights
  • First Name, Last Name
  • Passport number or ID
  • place of residence, registration, registration
  • Email, phone, or other contact information
  • IP address and connection parameters
  • date and time of visiting the resource
  • history and parameters of visits, including the name of the browser
  • Political Views
  • Religion or Worldview
  • Sexual orientation
Industry 4.0 technologies and privacy
Industry 4.0 technologies (big data, the Internet of things, AI and biotech) are changing the way we interact with data, and we need to realize the global digital human right to privacy.
  • Biometric data - physical, physiological or behavioral characteristics of an individual, with the help of which it is possible to uniquely identify a person. For example, the image of a human face, fingerprints, eye prints, voice recording, etc.
  • Health data - data on the physical or mental health of a person. Narpimer, medical tests and conclusions.
  • Genetic data - inherited or acquired genetic characteristics of an individual providing unique information about physiology or health, as well as relevant biological samples
In order for technology to serve the benefit of humanity, we organized the Global Law Forum - the principle of the realization of human rights, the basis for the introduction of new technologies. It is necessary to stop the inhuman implementation of facial recognition systems and digital technology.

The consolidation of GLOBAL DIGITAL HUMAN RIGHTS at the international level and at the national level is the only step for the real protection of our rights in the new century of digital globalization.

Globalization 4.0 and pandemic
The age of globalization 4.0 needs not regional regulation of personal data (GDPR), but global legal regulation so that a person, regardless of the point of the planet, has the opportunity to exercise his right to privacy. The context of the global pandemic reinforces this problem because, under the pretext of protecting human life, they can pursue anti-human policies in the interests of narrow groups and companies. The danger lies in the fact that after the pandemic crisis has been resolved, restrictions imposed on personal data may remain and exacerbate the situation of the realization of human rights

Useful information on the protection of personal data for residents of Europe:
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