We envision a world where individuals, not corporations or governments, are first class citizens of the digital domain. Where technology makes us all better versions of ourselves, rather than facilitate consumption. A world where we are free to express our full selves, free from manipulative influences. Where digital experiences are helpful, not addictive. We aim to do this by empowering individuals to exercise their digital human rights, including the right to privacy, anonymity and free speech.
The Internet was created by individuals, governments, academic and military institutions and corporations. Over the decades since it’s inception our individual and collective dependence on the digital space has grown to a degree where it now makes sense to consider it a basic human right. The Internet however does not benefit from the same recognition and protection enjoyed by other basic human rights.
Conscious Digital was created in order to empower people to take back control of their digital freedom. We aim to promote and advance Digital Human Rights by creating people centered digital initiatives. It is funded by it’s creators, and with the help of your donations.