right to culture

The internet domain name system and the right to culture
The internet domain name system and the right to culture 05 December 2016 Paula Jaramillo Gajardo and Juan Carlos Lara Gálvez, Derechos Digitales

The internet is often seen as a haven for the exercise of fundamental human rights. This includes economic, social and cultural rights (ESCRs), also known as second-generation human rights. The right to culture is recognised in different human rights instruments, and includes the right to participate in cultural life, respect for the cultural heritage of communities including their language, and the respect for traditional knowledge, among others. The internet is subject to a set of technical...

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