A multi-stakeholder initiative promoted by The IO Foundation to achieve
a National Framework on Digital Rights for Malaysia.
The National Framework on Digital Rights (NFDR) for Malaysia is an initiative that wishes to foster the observance of Digital Rights from the very infrastructures that build the digital space users interact with daily.
We envision it comprised of 3 complementary elements:
The Legislative component
This document would describe the Rights we wish to observe for our Representational Entities in Digital spaces, in legal terms,
The Technical component
This document would be the result of translating such Rights into a language that is meaningful for technical people, namely programmers.
The DR SDK
This component would be the actual implementation of the Technical document, readily available as a sanctioned Software Development Kit so that programmers can easily architect their software to be Digital Rights observant by design.
The NFDR is a local implementation of a broader concept of a Universal Declaration of Digital Rights (UDDR).
A multi-stakeholder initiative promoted by The IO Foundation to obtain the proclamation of a Universal Declaration of Digital Rights.