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Do No Evil

  1. 1. Do No Evil: Christina Gagnier cgagnier@gmgroupconsultants.com Corporate Accountability & April 21, 2008 Human Rights in the Online World
  2. 2. Human Rights Online
  3. 3. Human Rights Online International Human Rights Law
  4. 4. Voluntary CSR Human Rights Online International Human Rights Law
  5. 5. Voluntary CSR Human Rights Online International Internet Human Rights Regulation Law
  6. 6. Voluntary CSR Human Rights Online International Internet Human Rights Regulation Law Architecture
  7. 7. Voluntary CSR Human Rights Online International Internet Human Rights Regulation Law Architecture
  8. 8. Voluntary CSR Human Rights Online International Internet Human Rights Regulation Law Architecture External Government
  9. 9. Voluntary CSR Human Rights Online International Internet Human Rights Regulation Law Architecture External Government
  10. 10. Voluntary CSR Human Rights Online International Internet Human Rights Regulation Law Internal Government Architecture External Government
  11. 11. Voluntary CSR Human Rights Online International Internet Human Rights Regulation Law Internal Government Architecture External Government
  12. 12. Voluntary CSR Human Rights Self Regulation Online International Internet Human Rights Regulation Law Internal Government Architecture External Government
  13. 13. Voluntary CSR Human Rights Self Regulation Online International Internet Human Rights Regulation Law Internal Government Architecture External Government
  14. 14. Voluntary CSR Human Rights Self Regulation Online International Internet Human Rights Regulation Law Internal Government Architecture External Government
  15. 15. Voluntary CSR Human Rights Self Regulation Online International Internet Human Rights Regulation Law Internal Government Architecture External Government
  16. 16. Voluntary CSR Human Rights Self Regulation Online International Internet Human Rights Regulation Law Internal Government Architecture External Government
  17. 17. What Rules the Net?
  18. 18. = What Rules the Net?
  19. 19. = What Rules the Net?
  20. 20. = What Rules the Net?
  21. 21. What Rules the Net?
  22. 22. Custom What Rules the Net?
  23. 23. What Rules the Net?
  24. 24. Netiquette What Rules the Net?
  25. 25. Filtering Freedom
  26. 26. Failure to Regulate Domestically Filtering Freedom
  27. 27. Failure to Regulate Domestically Filtering Freedom
  28. 28. Failure to Regulate Domestically Failure to Regulate Abroad Filtering Freedom
  29. 29. Failure to Regulate Domestically Failure to Regulate Abroad Filtering Freedom
  30. 30. Failure to Regulate Domestically Failure to Regulate Abroad Censorship Practices Filtering Freedom
  31. 31. Voluntary CSR Human Rights Online International Internet Human Rights Regulation Law Moral “Codes” as Law
  32. 32. Idea of “Netizens” Voluntary Existing Frameworks CSR Self-Regulation Moral “Codes” as Law
  33. 33. Voluntary CSR Human Rights Online International Internet Human Rights Regulation Law Moral “Codes” as Law
  34. 34. Voluntary Alien Tort CSR Claims Act Human Rights Online International Internet Human Rights Regulation Law Moral “Codes” as Law
  35. 35. Voluntary Alien Tort CSR Claims Act Human Rights Online International Internet Human Rights Regulation Law Moral “Codes” as Law
  36. 36. Voluntary Alien Tort CSR Claims Act Human Rights Online International Internet Human Rights Regulation Law Moral “Codes” as Law
  37. 37. “less than 10 years” International Human Rights Real Space Law Global Online Freedom Act Moral “Codes” as Law
  38. 38. A “Civilization” More Humane & Fair
  39. 39. Commons A “Civilization” More Humane & Fair

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