However everything consumes energy. Even if we breathe, walk, write on papers, or use computers. So if we want a low energy future, we must reduce the work to do. To achieve this, we have to better understand our fundamental rights and we have to do our best to master the principle of intelligibility and conciseness.
Take a look at this simple obligation and you will see: if something is long, it can’t be Fair. If something is short, but relies on paragraphs, it can’t be Understandable for anybody.
Can you say something in just two sentences? Then you could be fair. If you are not able to, then probably you are not Fair.
Therefore we invented the easiest way to let you know and understand the differences between the heritage of the European countries law and the common European law. This is the only way to achieve our common goal in the European Union which should rely on all of our legacies. This is why the history of the data protection is probably the easiest way to understand how we can get closer and closer to the European fundamental rights in our daily life.
That's why we have created a system, which allows all of us - from little to large entities - to acquire skills on how to protect our fundamental rights. The future of Europe relies on understanding common values and on helping bring these values to life. That's what we are working on together with professional organizations and other businesses. On this path more and more people understand the significance of Personal Data Protection.
Our system can be adapted to the context of any country. We have seen during Covid that expensive solutions can and have to be replaced by easy and efficient practices. Our Smart Online Audits system can be customized and adopted in any country of the European Union, and even outside Europe. In this way, in the digital Europe created by the GDPR, we can finally protect European citizens from those who have abused our goodwill so far. Data Protection regulation has given us freedom.
Imagine that these rules are mandatory for everyone around the World and from now on no one can violate your rights without consequences. The hardest thing about GDPR is to believe how simple it is. Let's be Fair, Trustworthy, Accountable in your decisions, and almost that’s all you have to obey.
Understanding Data Protection is highly important both for European citizens and for those who process their personal data. GDPR regulates fundamental rights in detail and embodies the whole European legislation system. By understanding this law, anyone can learn what the responsibilities of a decision maker (Data Controller) are, what the responsibilities of those who carry out activities with others (Processor) are. Even it becomes clear that one is already responsible if he gets information about others (Recipient). The representation of these concepts in GDPR is important because, so far, under fragmented national legislation, Data Controllers outside the European Union have practically abused the EU citizens and considered the information obtained from them to be their own property. To end our vulnerability and subjugation it was needed to make clear for all - from ordinary people to large businesses of the European community - , that the ownership of Personal Data belongs to people. Only they can make decisions about their own Personal Data, and it cannot be otherwise in an age when this information is worth more than people’s material wealth. With our solution, we can provide useful information to small entities and individuals.
Never underestimate the power of being a human. A free human being is superior to artificial intelligence. Even if the machines will better understand fundamental rights as terms in the future, but the AI will never understand the word: