Protection Of Human Rights

          The protection of human rights is important because human rights are fundamental rights and freedoms that belong to every person simply because we are human beings.
Human rights have become a crucial tool for achieving freedom, equality, and justice throughout history. The protection of human rights ensures that every person has the right to dignity, freedom of expression, equality, legal protection, fair treatment, and work. The protection of human rights helps prevent exploitation, discrimination, violence, and abuse and contributes to the preservation of human dignity and equality.

The right to privacy is one of the human rights that ensures that every person has the right to respect for their private life. This means that every person has the right to protect their own life, family life, place of residence, communication, and personal data, therefore, the protection of human rights is a fundamental condition of human existence and the most important way to respect human dignity . Our project is most closely related to the third-generation right, the right to privacy. When third-generation human rights were, the internet did not yet  exist. The spread of the internet does not require a substantive review of the right to privacy but necessitates a reconsideration of legal and moral responsibility issues related to the mode of personal communication and the technical implementation of communication.

Several factors result in the uniqueness of the internet in this regard. One such factor is the interactivity of internet communication, which can accumulate an enormous amount of personal information. Most of the information is generated by users themselves, either in online conversations, through the use of satellite location (GPS) , or simply by using internet-based phones. These activities leave a trail (cookie) that is accessible to others. However, users are in a decision-making position. They can decide whether to reveal their identity, give their consent to certain activities, or simply visit a website or not.

Another feature lies in the increasing capacity of data traffic, which makes new services and further communication methods available. Internet-based television, for example, allows the mapping of the television habits of a particular subscriber, so that targeted advertising can reach them at a precisely determined time. The open nature of the internet and the variety of applications related to its use are also special factors. With these, photos, resumes, and communication channels become easily accessible and replicable, and the channels of communication cannot provide complete security. The prevention and sanctioning of legal violations are made impossible by the global nature of the network. Data traffic transcends borders and redefines national sovereignty. The role of the press as an information medium is increasingly taken over by internet service providers, website operators, and maintainers who are in a position to control the flow of information. This places their responsibility at the forefront of violating the right to privacy in cases such as personal communication or the disclosure of personal data to others. However, traditional tools for regulating the press do not work to manage the risks caused by the nature of the internet.

The protection of the internet and privacy (e-privacy) will play an increasingly important role in the coming decades in terms of protecting personal data and information, as well as personal communication.


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