The principles of Tada are now more relevant than ever and Tada’s values are finding their way into society. Retaining authority and control over one’s own data is increasingly important to people.

The promises of using data and new technologies also remain comprehensive; our cities are becoming greener and more liveable, healthcare more effective and education more accessible. But in addition to big promises, there are also big questions. For example, does everyone benefit equally from the digital revolution? What happens to the available data, now that more and more traffic is going online? Who develops the algorithms that provide insight into all this data? And what responsibility does this entail and for whom?

We, companies, governments, organisations and citizens, see this as a joint responsibility. With Tada we want to be an example for all digital cities in the world. We have therefore drawn up shared values ​​for a responsible digital city: the Tada Manifesto.