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Data-Centric Digital Rights (DCDR) Framework Community Group

Group closed 2024-06-17

Data-Centric Digital Rights (DCDR), is a framework for technologists composed of Principles, Taxonomies and other technical tools. It enables them to develop a deeper understanding about the nature of data, the digital twins that emerge from it and make possible for them to embrace their role as NextGen Rights Defenders.

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Bootstrapping the group

The DCDR Framework Community group has been created and I would like to invite you to join it.

To join the group you can use this shortURL: https://TIOF.Click/DCDRW3CJoin

This is an exciting opportunity for us to shape the future of digital infrastructures and technologies, and we hope that you will join us in this endeavor. I understand that setting up the group and its content can take some time, so I ask for your patience as we get everything in place.

We look forward to working together.

Feel free to forward this invitation to anyone you think could be interested in this work.

Call for Participation in Data-Centric Digital Rights (DCDR) Framework Community Group

The Data-Centric Digital Rights (DCDR) Framework Community Group has been launched:


Data-Centric Digital Rights (DCDR), is a framework for technologists composed of Principles, Taxonomies and other technical tools. It enables them to develop a deeper understanding about the nature of data, the digital twins that emerge from it and make possible for them to embrace their role as NextGen Rights Defenders.


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This is a community initiative. This group was originally proposed on 2023-03-05 by Jean F. Queralt. The following people supported its creation: Jean F. Queralt, Ashish Tripathi, Renoir Boulanger, Kristina Gudim, Len Manriquez. W3C’s hosting of this group does not imply endorsement of the activities.

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