Individuals should take a critical approach to the validity, reliability and impact of information and data made available by digital means and be aware of the legal and ethical principles involved in engaging with digital technologies
Individuals should possess digital technology skills for active citizenship, social inclusion, collaboration, and creativity, managing information, data, and identities, and effectively engaging with software, devices, artificial intelligence, or robots
Engaging with digital technologies necessitates a critical, open minded, and ethical approach, while also fostering curiosity and a forward-looking perspective on their evolution
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