Question 5:

Digital Bill of Rights:

  • Article 1
    • Right to freedom of speech such as opinion or expression in an online environment.
  • Article 2
    • Right to be included and not discriminated against due to race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status online.
    • No one should be subjected to unfair, cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment online.
  • Article 3
    • Everyone has the right to access the full world-web internet.
    • Everyone has the right to access information in their own language.
  • Article 4
    • Everyone has the right to abide and be recognised before the law online.
  • Article 5
    • Everyone has the right to their privacy and security online.
  • Article 6
    • Defamation of persons character online should not be tolerated. Everyone has the right to protection against such attacks.
  • Article 7
    • Everyone has the right to their own identity online and theft of such identity is against the law.
  • Article 8
    • Everyone has the right to their own online intellectual property.
  • Article 9
    • Right to protect any information or media from being stolen or pirated.
  • Article 10
    • Advancements in technology cannot violate any rights.

(Un.org, 2017)

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