Democracy and Human Rights in an Algorythmic Society

With the rise of digital technology, algorithms actually change the man who uses this tool, and with him they change the society. Gradually, the right to have rights is becoming contingent on consenting to give up one’s informational identity in favour of its usually anonymous controllers. Algorithmization may provide a bedrock for a totalitarian democracy, which rules out freedom and which may help promote inequality.
Human civilisation is about generating knowledge and morality. Algorithms do not generate knowledge and moral judgements.
The right for people to be in the power of people, not algorithms, can only be exercised if the humankind retains the capacity to think free of interferences that may identify thoughts, disable the free-thinking capacity itself, or impact the contents of thoughts. The dignity of the human being includes the capacity to make decisions; a decision has its roots in Man, not an algorithm.