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Washington, DC is launching a four-month pilot of the Digital Trust for Places and Routines standard

Washington, DC Digital Trust for Places and Routines pilot

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The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) for Washington, D.C. is launching a four-month pilot of the Digital Trust for Places and Routines (DTPR) open-source communication standard for transparency and accountability around digital technology. The city will post signs with QR codes and URLs to access a webpage that provides such background, as well as an email address, and online surveys to input questions and comments about the technologies being tested.


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The pilot, mentioned to be the primary of its form, will use visible icons and QR codes to clarify the know-how, resembling cameras and sensors, that gather

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