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
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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