How to communicate justice and generosity

My thoughts are along the line of:
To IDESG Legal Counsel:
The Identity Ecosystem Framework the IDESG is working to create is in important respects a new kind of community and organization based on a set of principles agreed to across a broad and diverse set of stakeholders. We would like our agreements/contracts to reflect its unique character. In the IDESG and the IDEF it is well known that documents like Terms of Use are frequently too long and complex and are frequently clicked through without understanding or some would argue informed consent. The IDESG would like to innovate in creating TOU that more effectively communicate our character. To that end we would like to be able to have the essential liability protection, perhaps in the form of a disclaimer, but not one that is a buyer beware notice. Rather because we need and hope for broad adoption of IDESG NSTIC* guided services and products we want to indicate that as a community all of us including the IDESG are in this together not trying to simply gain some special advantage over our service/product participants and users.
We would like your guidance in how to balance these needs in our first product/service “the SALS” TOU in order to set the desired tone, and to provide a model of how IDESG policies will unfold in the future.

NSTIC Guiding Principles

Economic Inclusion and the Human Trust Experience

Integrating Economic Inclusion

Economic Inclusion is a part of the larger subject of inclusion. Here I am referring particularly to integrating economic inclusion into Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and on the internet in general.

Related subjects are universal design and diversity among others.

Purpose and Key Features

  • Improving the human trust experience across the economic spectrum and stakeholders in our democracy.
  • Ensuring that people and businesses across the economic spectrum including the middle and low end are welcomed and included.

• Ensuring that the needs and opportunities in all areas of contemporary life including business models, value propositions, standards and work products serves the needs of people and businesses of the middle and low end of economic spectrum.

• Increasing cooperation and life sustaining development of products and services.


• Integration of economic inclusion and human trust experience evaluation criteria into the development and contemporary communities around the world.
• To connect with and liaise with others creating to create Human Trust Experience Ambassadorships to voice the needs of the human trust experience

Examples of Economic Inclusion Criteria and Human Trust Experience Criteria are:

• Risk Evaluation by Perspective
• Purchasing Power Parity
• Micro business pricing (USPTO)