Do you believe that access to the Internet is a human right?

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Maurice Korvo Profile
Maurice Korvo answered

UN human rights

Article 19.

Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.

But you might have a right to do this, but if you cannot buy a computer, I guess you are out of luck.

Matt Radiance Profile
Matt Radiance answered

Yes it is a human right.

If you asked this question 50 years ago. The majority would laugh and say "Who cares"

But today, at this decade things are different.

Today the access to the internet and it's protocol and support and system is totally part of the human rights. Because internet is not only about messing around Facebook and Twitter and get addicted over inappropriate stuff or get infected with so many teenaging network drama. No! That happens when you use internet in a wrong way.

Today internet is a key of communication. A life can be handled due internet. Everything that someone can imagine can be done by internet. Some people misconception it as it takes physical activity away which as i said that happens when you use network in a wrong way. You can have your social activity and use internet benefits in today's world as well to speed up your work, save time and take care of more details than usual during the day.

Every company, every business, every show, every ad, everyone and everything are connected!

The fact is the time that you run over newspapers and step in a line for 6 hours to get a job is over. You sit behind your laptop, open up a search engine and search for the open jobs in your area. Get linked to your location. Give the direct coordinates and face every open-job application around your area which you can fill the first applications online to book a meeting for an interview. All less than ten minute.

So this is every humans right to use network benefits when they wanted to. So also we need to work on a better communicated world with less loading and more speed which fortunately already is under progress.

Cookie Roma Profile
Cookie Roma answered

A human right?  NO.

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