NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., Aug. 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Crown Sterling Limited LLC, a pioneer of personal data sovereignty technologies, announces the induction of the Data Bill of Rights into its genesis block of the Crown Sterling Chain.
The “Data Bill of Rights” was established by Crown Sterling for consumers last month, declaring digital assets to be the intangible personal property of original producers (consumers) under existing laws and protections as personal or intellectual property as follows:
”We believe that digital assets are the intangible personal property of the original producer and therefore are protected by the United States Constitution, including the 4th and 5th Amendments; the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, including Articles 12 and 17; the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, including Articles 7 and 8; and the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, including Article 8.”
Brittany Kaiser, Whistleblower, Human Rights Advocate, and Advisor to Crown Sterling was one of the original authors of the declaration. In a recent podcast, Kaiser spoke to the decision to call upon existing laws as the best path for protection: “In order to protect ourselves, we need to start looking at what laws that we already have in the United States and in other countries that actually make sense in how we claim, protect, control and monetize our personal information. If you look at the way that laws are exercised, you’ll see in most countries around the world that property law is the strongest form of law.”