SAN FRANCISCO, March 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
WHAT: The Digital Equilibrium Project, launched last week, today published its foundational paper to initiate a constructive dialogue on privacy and security aimed at reunifying these concepts in ways that ensure privacy and security at the individual, organizational and national level. The group aims to bring parties together to lay the foundation for common ground, social norms and constructs that can enable policy, lawmaking and continued collaboration around privacy and security in our increasingly connected world.
WHO: The paper is being released by the Digital Equilibrium Project, a working group of individuals with diverse backgrounds and expertise (including privacy advocates, industry groups, and government representatives). The group is seeking to have all interested parties work together to find solutions through an ongoing dialogue. A full list of organizing members can be found at www.digitalequilibriumproject.com/members.html.
WHY: The digital world is evolving at breathtaking speed, outrunning the ability of many of our existing constructs around security and privacy to keep pace. The result is individuals, organizations and governments who feel they are losing ground on both the privacy and security fronts. The goal of the project is to bring together stakeholders of varying opinions to create alignment and reach common ground to develop and advance solutions. The group is actively seeking feedback and involvement from all interested parties.
WHO SHOULD READ: Any party interested in the discussion can download the paper and is welcome to submit comments or get involved on the site through the contact form.
WHERE: The paper is available now at digitalequilibriumproject.com.
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SOURCE Digital Equilibrium Project