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http://schema.org/text As urged by the digital manifesto “Behavioral Control or Digital Democracy?” FactsMission adheres to the following fundamental principles
  1. To increasingly decentralize the function of information systems;
  2. To support informational, self-determination and participation;
  3. To improve transparency to achieve greater trust;
  4. To reduce the distortion and pollution of information;
  5. To enable user-controlled information filters;
  6. To promote social and economic diversity;
  7. To improve interoperability and collaborative opportunities;
  8. To create digital assistants and coordination tools;
  9. To support collective intelligence, and
  10. To promote the responsibility of citizens in the digital world through “digital enlightenment”

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On the one hand, it has never been more necessary to connect information, on the other hand we have never had better technologies to achieve it.

The times when truth-relativism was a harmless academic gimmick or even an emancipating story of liberation are long gone. The idea that there is no truth is not only used as propaganda by authoritarian regimes to dismiss the quest for objectivity but is more and more corrosive to the foundations of established democracies.

The good news, we now have the technologies that turn the web into a huge decentralized database with cryptography-backed authorities and which allows the expression of statements about facts in a concise and verifiable manner.

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The times when truth-relativism was a harmless academic gimmick or even an emancipating story of liberation are long gone. The idea that there is no truth is not only used by authoritarian regimes to dismiss the quest for objectivity as propaganda but is more and more corroding the foundation even of established democracies.
The good news is, that we now have the technologies that turn the web into a huge decentralized database with cryptographically ascertained authorities and which allow to express statements about facts in a concise and verifiable manner.

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http://schema.org/text FactsMission supports the W3C in making sure all people benefit from the Web. As a member of the W3C, FactsMission is involved in defining tomorrow’s standards to make the Web better.
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http://schema.org/text Without knowing the facts, we can’t make good decisions. Getting the facts right is crucial to survive and to succeed as an individual, as a company, and as a society.
How can we know if we got our facts right? While we might never know with absolute certainty if a statement about a fact is true or false, technology can greatly help us in making good judgments about these. FactsMission will help organizations and individuals adopt and use these technologies to their best.

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