Teaser in English, EU Initiative: Accessible web & digital content for people with disabilities

GISAD (Global Institute for Structure relevance, Anonymity and Decentralisation i. G.) is an institute in founding. From the perspective of the citizens of Europe, GISAD wants to develop a digital system (EU-D-S) that can compete with gatekeepers and a social credit system.

The aim of GISAD is to accompany the preparation of a holistic Marshall Plan, as requested by the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen. At the heart of the Marshall Plan is a digital concept adapted to civil rights and diversity. In the case of individual measures without an overall system of their own, there is a risk for Europe of losing system competition against other economic areas such as a centrally controlled China.

  • GISAD’s opinion is subject to the fact that it is part of a digital overall concept (multiple use of the same infrastructure at no extra cost).

GISAD has defined three objectives on which a Marshall Plan should focus:

  1. The optimal processing and easy utilisation of digital data, while maintaining diversity and performance-adopted integration of all parties involved in the value creation.
  2. The stigmatisation-free, lifelong digital involvement of all citizens with incentives for self-development.
  3. Digitally guaranteeing the necessary state tasks to preserve the security of citizens, the economy and the state, while maintaining pre-digital democratic achievements.

Proposed solution in the context of an overall digitalization strategy:

EU rules should not be limited to the web structure and definition of simple content. The regulations should be extended:

  • to ensure the EU’s obligation to provide a simple and secure communication infrastructure for public authorities and citizens,
    • in which the Directives of the GDPR will be adhered to automatically and no barriers are created by the need for a declaration of agreement  to data use,
    • in which the authentication is carried out Barrier-free automatically,
    • in which personalisation must only be carried out if this is absolutely necessary for a service.
  • To set a standard for digital categories that are uniform in all EU languages,
    • with guidelines for the extension of meta-information by categories relevant to a content,
    • with specifications for the extension of meta-information tailored to user preferences (language competence, special skills),
    • to promote the commitment to platforms in which diversity and democracy can be guaranteed by integrating as many special search engines as possible,
    • to promote the commitment to platforms in which diversity and democracy can be guaranteed by integrating as many special search engines as possible,
    • to promote the use of as many different algorithms and AI systems as possible to greatly reduce manipulation, discrimination and market dominance.
  • The obligation to establish incentive systems to integrate as many citizens as possible at all levels of competence, especially with disabilities, into the extended metadata generation of information.

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