Internet Governance as Seen from the Right to Development, OpenDemocracy

June
2016

The Internet has now become an enabler of rights and an essential precondition for full participation in the information society. However, issues of corporate and state surveillance, and the enormous influence that corporate policies have on the way our fundamental rights are exercised, exhorts us to embark on an urgent recasting of the Internet and human rights debate, through the lens of the right to development.
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Focus Areas
Strategy
Resource type
Project