Now here’s something I can definitely get behind. Look for this logo to show up in the design for this blog soon.

A symbol of individual rights

Today, the rights of individuals are being eroded: by government, by corporations, by society itself. This icon — the Individual-i — represents the rights of the individual.

It represents the right to privacy and anonymity in the information age. It represents the rights to an open government, due process, and equal protection under the law. It represents the right to live surveillance free, and not to be marked as “suspicious” for wanting these other rights.

It recognizes that a free society is a safe society, and that freedom is founded upon individual rights.

The battle for individual rights is just beginning; our side needs a symbol.

We hope to see this symbol displayed proudly wherever individual rights are valued.

Using the symbol

The Individual-i symbol is not owned by any organization. There is no platform, no organizational structure, no meetings. This symbol is in the public domain: uncopyrighted, untrademarked, unowned. Anyone can use it for any purpose.

Check out the Individual-i website for more info. Link courtesy of Boing Boing.

1 thought on “Individual-i.

  1. I checked out the webpage, and I’m glad to say that it is short and sweet. There is a nice bit of links to “rights related documentation” but sadly, none to those “documents that infringe on rights”. Sadly, I presume this to be a much more daunting task to tackle. Here, here. Good show, It’s a start.

    So when does the “iBastard logo change” to “]i[ bastard” Les ?

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