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16. Recognise the right to meaningful human contact. We cannot outsource the care for others to robots. Contact with citizens at the government office, both online and offline, must hold the potential to lead to changes in government decisions.
11. Set limits to decision-making by algorithms and ensure human control. Have algorithms checked for discriminatory bias, and comply with duty to state reasons.
5. Let knowledge be free. Do not lock technology up in patents. Use open standards and free open source software.
2. Promote the involvement of all stakeholders in the development and implementation of technology. Innovations must take the values and needs of users into account.
18. Promote a fair platform economy. Implement tailor-made policies to safeguard public values. Prioritise non-commercial platforms or create public platforms.
17. Combat the social and digital divide. Provide a basic digital service for people with few digital skills. Stand up for the rights of workers and for a fair distribution of income, wealth, and housing.
15. Create lively public spaces that invite movement and encounters, and where people are not constantly monitored.
8. Protect privacy and personal information. Give citizens control over their data and prevent class injustice.
13. Technology must contribute to sustainability. Use all policy tools to accelerate the deployment of green technology. Make sure our smart city is not someone else’s environmental disaster