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Digital Freedoms in International Law : Practical Step to Protect Human Rights Online



With around 2.3 billion users, the Internet has become part of the daily lives of a significant percentage of the global population, including for political debate and activism. While states are responsible for protecting human rights online under international law, companies responsible for Internet infrastructure, products and services can
play an important supporting role. Companies also have a legal and corporate social responsibility to support legitimate law enforcement agency actions to reduce online criminal activity such as fraud, child exploitation and terrorism. They sometimes face ethical and moral dilemmas when such actions may facilitate violations of human rights.
In this report we suggest practical measures that governments, corporations and other stakeholders can take to protect
freedom of expression, privacy, and related rights in globally networked digital technologies. These are built on a detailed analysis of international law, three workshops in London, Washington DC and Delhi, and extensive interviews
with government, civil society and corporate actors.


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0063-2012-DF302.231 IAN dElsam LibraryTersedia

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Judul Seri
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No. Panggil
302.231 IAN d
Penerbit Global Network Initiative : .,
Deskripsi Fisik
54p.;
Bahasa
English
ISBN/ISSN
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Klasifikasi
302.231 (ddc 23)
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Edisi
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Subyek
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