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Connecting your rights: Internet access and economic, social and cultural rights
Connecting your rights: Internet access and economic, social and cultural rights 22 October 2015 Leila Nachawati Rego

Those with internet access are more likely to enjoy the potential realisation of rights, while those without access lack such potential. Additionally, the control of technologies is not necessarily in the hands of traditional duty bearers in human rights law. In such a scenario, what is the relationship between access to the internet and the frameworks to allow internet access as a right?