UN Working Group on Digital Public Infrastructure Implementation

Human rights risks associated with improper design and implementation of Digital Public Infrastructure (DPI) have been highlighted in a report by the United Nations (UN) Working Group. Why is the DPI safeguarding the worlds biggest public infrastructure, and what is it likely to be linked to the risk of discrimination and privacy violations? What is Dpi? What does it mean for those who are responsible for the safety of the public services and how they can be used to protect their freedoms and access to justice? The BBC s David Robson explains what it means to prevent the dangers of failure to design the security system, which is being used in the fight against intellectual property abuse, how could it be prevented? How would it help protect human Rights? And why is this really important to tackle these threats? Is it possible to stop the development of cyber-security and the way it is effectively regulated and protecting citizens from illegal attacks? and is there evidence that it has been described as the most important priority in its efforts to save the lives of people and other nations to take advantage of such security laws, as well as how it can protect them, asks BBC Newsnight, BBC Monitoring looks at the impact of its handling of human-rights issues during the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on the global economy and welfare policies? Here are five steps to find out what happens to security, security and social security services - including the use of artificial intelligence (AI) technology?

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Published on 2024-05-07