LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Aug. 1, 2018) — Internet users globally lack the ability to have personal choice over their individual data, including how it is used. To offer a solution to this growing issue, a group of professors have developed a plan to re-engineer the internet to enable people everywhere to own, control and benefit from their personal data.
Organizations will be able to access this data with consumer consent and use it to deliver additional personalized products and services at a lower cost.
The process begins on Aug. 7 with three 30-minute webinars to kick off the Constitutional Convention for the Digital-Self online. This will be followed by a series of webinars to work with various consumer and industry groups, and a Summit on Sept. 17.
Judah Thornewill, CEO and co-founder said, “We are thrilled by the opportunity to work with leaders from across society to create a next generation internet platform that puts people’s data back in their hands in a way that helps them live a life they want.”
The company invites government officials, community and corporate leaders, associations, consumer advocates, college student leaders, technology experts, and professionals to form a constitution, and plan for building the new Digital-Self Services industry. For more information, visit: https://Convention.YouRiz.com/.
The Constitutional Summit Meeting will be held Sept. 17 in Philadelphia, Penn. on the day and site where the Constitution of the United States of America was signed in 1787. Over 150 guests, including political, social, and business leaders are expected to attend, with the event being broadcast globally.