Organisers: Digital Security Lab
Every day, billions of people spend more and more time online. When the UN countries adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, the first global document that determined the list of fundamental human rights and freedoms, this kind of development of the digital world was not even described in science fiction novels. So can the international standards of the past century protect us in the new digital environment?
The lecture’s participants will try to imagine what a Universal Declaration of Digital Human Rights and Freedoms in 2019 could look like.
Speaker: Vita Volodivska, lawyer at the Digital Security Lab, expert at the Coalition for the Free Internet.