Trust · Digital sovereignty · Responsible Internet · Cybersecurity · Transparency · Accountability · Controllability

A Responsible Internet to Increase Trust in the Digital World

Helping service providers with a high degree of trust and sovereignty
and users with a Internet that is controllable, accountable and transparent

Why a responsible Internet?


"Controllability is about the ability of users (e.g., critical infrastructure operators) to specify how they expect chains of network operators to handle their data based on descriptions of the Internet’s internal operation"


"Accountability requires actors to explicitly describe the norms (or ground rules) they use for decision-making."


"Transparency is the ability of a responsible Internet to describe its internal structure in terms of network operators, their properties (e.g., their jurisdiction and technical infrastructure), and their relations with other network operators."

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