The Institute for Accountability in the Digital Age (I4ADA) would like to invite you for it’s ‘360 Accountability Meetup’ and get you involved in bringing the global discussion on Accountability to The Hague.
The Contract for the web is an effort to bring governments, companies, civil society en web ussers together to build a roadmap to a web that serves humanity and is a public good for everyone and everywhere. I4ADA supports this initiative.
With digital attacks on civilians and organisations on the rise, Microsoft, The Hague and The Institute for Accountability in the Digital age organized an Evening in Digital Peace at the Peace Palace in The Hague on November 6th.
Frits Bussemaker, chair I4ADA was invited to speak at the 3rd International Day For Universal Access to Information in the opening panel on the need for Accountability in the Digital Age as a prerequisite for universal access to information.
There are numerous ongoing discussions on the rapid evolution of information technology around the globe and its impact on individuals, organizations and society as a whole. These discussions range from the global international level of the United Nations to collaboration among cities which often first experience innovations and their impacts. And when these impacts include […]