- Freedom from surveillance
- Personal privacy
- Equal protection
- Due process
- Freedom to read, write, think, speak, associate, and travel
- The right to make your own choices about sex, reproduction, marriage, and death
- The right to dissent
Documents that encompass individual rights:
U.N. Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen
A symbol of individual rights
Today, the rights of individuals are being eroded: by governments, by corporations, by society itself. The Individual-i icon 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.
Individual-i slogans (Inspiration for T-shirts, posters, whatever ... ) :-
- Without individual rights, there is no liberty
- Dissent is not disloyal
- There is no freedom without dissent
- When did dissent become a crime?
- Privacy is a right, not a privilege
- Privacy. You'll miss it when it's gone.
- The desire for privacy is not an admission of guilt.
- If you're watching everyone you're watching no one
- As long as one person is oppressed, no one is free
- Imprisonment without charge is a crime
- Not a suspect
- Without deviation from the norm, progress is not possible
- They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety
- There is no freedom without freedom of choice
- The legislation of morality is a crime against humanity
- Those who deny freedom to others do not deserve it themselves
- Under a government which imprisons any unjustly, the true place for a just man is also a prison