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Our Right to the Internet COMNET – Legal Frameworks for ICTs Malta 2013 Dr Antonio Ghio
Fundamental Human Right Vs Digital Civil Right
A question of perception Liberty promoted by the Internet Broad interpretation of existing rights Public’s limited understanding of Internet Governance and Regulation
Digital Civil Rights Right to Internet Access Right to Informational Access Right to Informational Freedom Digital informational Self-Determination
Right to Internet Access Access to Infrastructure - Broadband right USO No laws impinging on Internet Access No unjustifiable or unnecessary restrictions
Right to Informational Access Right to content Seek and receive info through any media No unjustifiable restrictions
“Information is the currency of democracy” Thomas Jefferson
Right to Informational Freedom Freedom of Expression Right to impart and share information and ideas through any media, including the Internet Obligation not to introduce unjustified restrictions
Digital Informational Self-Determination Privacy in the Internet Age
Restricting Information Flows?
Predictability and Transparency Legitimacy Necessity and Proportionality Impartiality
Digital Civil Rights Positive Obligations Internet for all Right to eGovernment Combatting Cybercrime Millennium Development Goals in ICT Information Accessibility Internet Literacy
Digital Civil Rights Negative Obligations Content Restriction Intermediate Liability Disconnecting Users
Internet access as a Human Right CONCEPCION, APPLE KRISHIA ILLESCAS, NIKO PASCUA, MA. CHRISTINE FLOR POLICARPIO, SARAH.
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