The Results Are In

Yesterday, I shared the My Digital Rights project from the British Library.  To celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, they were polling for a set of digital rights for the online citizen.

It’s an updated approach for today’s society.

The results are in and now available here.  Click through to see the entire graphic.

The 10 highlighted ideas are certainly worth a good classroom discussion.

Would these be your top 10?

What are the implications of these?

Would you suggest someone else?

Which of these are present now?  Which need to be addressed for the future?

 

 

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