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Open Social Web Bill of Rights

The Open Social Web blog has written a Bill of Rights for Users of the Social Web, outlining fundamental principals they feel should be respected by all providers of social networking tools and services.

These rights include an individual’s ownership of his or her personal information, control of how that information is shared with others (other individuals and advertisers, of course), and the ability to grant persistent access to personal information to trusted external sites such as aggregators and other services.

It’s a great project, but the blog only has one post. They provide links to other affiliated blogs, information, and events, but I’d like to see more activity taking place on this site. Creating an open social web is an important project to help maintain the ideals of the internet and world wide web, so I hope to see a strong community of supporters, advocates and developers form in this area.

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