Digital rights

  • digital rights are those human rights and legal rights that allow individuals to access, use, create, and publish digital media or to access and use computers, other electronic devices, and telecommunications networks. the concept is particularly related to the protection and realization of existing rights, such as the right to privacy and freedom of expression, in the context of digital technologies, especially the internet.[1] the laws of several countries recognize a right to internet access.[2]

  • human rights and the internet
  • ensuring that access is broadly available and/or preventing unreasonable restrictions
  • apc internet rights charter
  • world summit on the information society (wsis)
  • digital rights landscape
  • internet bill of rights and charter on internet rights and principles
  • global network initiative
  • bbc world service global public opinion poll
  • recommendations of the un special rapporteur
  • internet society's global internet user survey
  • digital rights advocacy groups
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Digital rights are those human rights and legal rights that allow individuals to access, use, create, and publish digital media or to access and use computers, other electronic devices, and telecommunications networks. The concept is particularly related to the protection and realization of existing rights, such as the right to privacy and freedom of expression, in the context of digital technologies, especially the Internet.[1] The laws of several countries recognize a right to Internet access.[2]