Data Bill of Rights
Crown Sterling has released a potentially controversial article "Crown Sterling
Declares 'DATA BILL OF RIGHTS' For Consumers", bringing some cause for
concern, as the article may upset Industry that profits from selling personal
The 362 word article presents a
Bill of Data Rights, in the pursuit
of providing awareness and
inspiration for consumers.
A certain element of the article may spark discontent
amongst Data Brokers and Marketers.
Below is a portion of the piece, which neatly
exemplifies the controversial element: Crown
Sterling Limited, LLC, a leader in data sovereignty
technologies, has established a "Data Bill of Rights"
declaring digital assets to be the intangible personal
property of consumers.
Crown Sterling is a leader in formally recognizing the right for
consumers to own, protect, manage and monetize their
A spokesperson for Crown Sterling,
Robert Edward Grant, Founder &
CEO, says "Data can be an
extension of who we are. There
needs to be some mechanism to
The aim of our articles is first and foremost to raise awareness around Data
Rights and technology designed to protect them.It is critical that we stay
dedicated to our true voice and mission of Data Sovereignty.
Although our "Crown Sterling Declares
'DATA BILL OF RIGHTS' For
Consumers" might unsettle Industry
that profits from selling personal data,
our duty is to our customers."
We believe it's more important to protect individual data
rights, than to please everyone.
Although there has been no backlash as of yet, the
possibility exists as the article new technology will
disrupt the current marketplace paradigm which
serves the few over the many and often violates
individual data privacy rights and is used to
manipulate consumers, public opinion and elections.
Crown Sterling has been a provider of information & technology in
the Encryption, Data Security, Data Rights market since 2018.
Crown Sterling has stated the future