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FREEDOM OF
EXPRESSION
OURI N T E R N E T R I G H T S & P R I N C I P L E
S H R E E D E E P R A Y A M A J H I A C T I V I S...
FOE OUR INTERNET RIGHTS & PRINCIPLE
Definition of Freedom of Expression
“Right to express one's ideas and opinions freely ...
HISTORY
The Internet Rights and Principles Dynamic Coalition is an international, open network of
individuals and organiza...
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF CHARTER OF
HUMAN RIGHTS AND PRINCIPLES FOR
THE INTERNET?
• Standardization of law
• Digital Equalit...
10 RIGHTS AND PRINCIPLES
1. Universality and Equality
All humans are born free and equal in dignity and rights, which must...
4) Expression and Association
Everyone has the right to seek, receive, and impart information freely on the Internet
witho...
7) Diversity
Cultural and linguistic diversity on the Internet must be promoted, and technical and
policy innovation shoul...
10) Governance
Human rights and social justice must form the legal and normative foundations upon
which the Internet opera...
CHARTER TRANSLATED INTO
• Albanian
• Arabic
• Bangla
• Bosnian/Croatian
• English
• Estonian
• Farsi
• Filipino
• Finnish
...
WHY IS ASIA LACKING BEHIND ?
• Lack of co-operation
• Lack of understanding
• Lack of ownership of issues
• Lack of leader...
SOLUTION
1. Participation in Internet Development process
2. Forwarding issues and problems in IGF process
3. Initiating e...
INTRODUCTION
Presenter
Shreedeep Rayamajhi
Social Activist/ Blogger
ISOC IGF Ambassador 2014/2015
Steering committee membe...
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Freedom of Expression our Internet Rights and Principle by Shreedeep Rayamajhi for Sri Lanka IGF2016

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Freedom of Expression our Internet Rights and Principle is a presentation on interpretation, practice and understand ability. Asia is a growing economy the interpretation and practice is very much independent and unique as per country and location.

Here in this presentation we have tried to highlight some of the basic concept of FoE, Internet rights and principle

This presentation was presented in Sri Lankan IGF2016

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Freedom of Expression our Internet Rights and Principle by Shreedeep Rayamajhi for Sri Lanka IGF2016

  1. 1. FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION OURI N T E R N E T R I G H T S & P R I N C I P L E S H R E E D E E P R A Y A M A J H I A C T I V I S T / B L O G G E R I N T E R N E T S O C I E T Y I G F A M B A S S A D O R 2 0 1 4 / 2 0 1 5
  2. 2. FOE OUR INTERNET RIGHTS & PRINCIPLE Definition of Freedom of Expression “Right to express one's ideas and opinions freely through speech, writing, and other forms of communication but without deliberately causing harm to others' character and/or reputation by false or misleading statements.” Process of FOE 1. Means of expression 2. Responsibility 3. Result (Output) What do we mean by Human Rights and Principles? • Human rights are international human rights as defined by international law specifically organizations like UN . It’s a standard practice of human values all over the world that says Humans all over the world are equal and should have the same rights despite their color, Region or without any discrimination.
  3. 3. HISTORY The Internet Rights and Principles Dynamic Coalition is an international, open network of individuals and organizations working to uphold human rights in the online environment and across the spectrum of internet policy-making domains. It is based at the UN Internet Governance Forum, an open “multistakeholder” forum for government, business, and civil society groups to come together to discuss mutual points of concern that fall under the rubric of internet governance (http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/aboutigf ). • Since 2008, the IRP Coalition has been active in promoting rights-based principles for internet governance, at the global IGF as well as in regional meetings and related events. The Charter of Human Rights and Principles for the Internet Internet Rights and Principles Dynamic Coalition - UN Internet Governance Forum Compiled and edited by Marianne Franklin, with Robert Bodle and Dixie Hawtin
  4. 4. WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF CHARTER OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND PRINCIPLES FOR THE INTERNET? • Standardization of law • Digital Equality • Better coordination and cooperation • Dynamics of internet • Growth & Development • Sustainability
  5. 5. 10 RIGHTS AND PRINCIPLES 1. Universality and Equality All humans are born free and equal in dignity and rights, which must be respected, protected and fulfilled in the online environment. 2. Rights and Social Justice The Internet is a space for the promotion, protection and fulfilment of human rights and the advancement of social justice. Everyone has the duty to respect the human rights of all others in the online environment. 3. Accessibility Everyone has an equal right to access and use a secure and open Internet.
  6. 6. 4) Expression and Association Everyone has the right to seek, receive, and impart information freely on the Internet without censorship or other interference. Everyone also has the right to associate freely through and on the Internet, for social, political, cultural or other purposes. 5) Privacy and Data Protection Everyone has the right to privacy online. This includes freedom from surveillance, the right to use encryption, and the right to online anonymity. Everyone also has the right to data protection, including control over personal data collection, retention, processing, disposal and disclosure. 6) Life, Liberty and Security The rights to life, liberty, and security must be respected, protected and fulfilled online. These rights must not be infringed upon, or used to infringe other rights, in the online environment.
  7. 7. 7) Diversity Cultural and linguistic diversity on the Internet must be promoted, and technical and policy innovation should be encouraged to facilitate plurality of expression. 8) Network Equality Everyone shall have universal and open access to the Internet’s content, free from discriminatory prioritisation, filtering or traffic control on commercial, political or other grounds. 9) Standards and Regulation The Internet’s architecture, communication systems, and document and data formats shall be based on open standards that ensure complete interoperability, inclusion and equal opportunity for all.
  8. 8. 10) Governance Human rights and social justice must form the legal and normative foundations upon which the Internet operates and is governed. This shall happen in a transparent and multilateral manner, based on principles of openness, inclusive participation and accountability.
  9. 9. CHARTER TRANSLATED INTO • Albanian • Arabic • Bangla • Bosnian/Croatian • English • Estonian • Farsi • Filipino • Finnish • French • German • Hungarian • Italian • Khmer • Korean • Kurdish • Macedonian • Polish • Portuguese • Romanian • Spanish • Swahili • Swedish • Thai • Turkish
  10. 10. WHY IS ASIA LACKING BEHIND ? • Lack of co-operation • Lack of understanding • Lack of ownership of issues • Lack of leadership • Lack of Representation • Lack of communication • Lack of resources We have to step up, own our issues and voice the necessary points. ASIA needs its voice in the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) as we are part of this dynamic internet ecosystem. Until and unless we try, it will just be a limitation…………………
  11. 11. SOLUTION 1. Participation in Internet Development process 2. Forwarding issues and problems in IGF process 3. Initiating events like Internet Governance Forum (IGF) 4. Creating local groups and promoting Multistakeholderism 5. Creating better communication channel at nation and regional level 6. Developing capacity developing programs for IG 7. Working towards standardization of technology and policy 8. Promoting open standard and policies
  12. 12. INTRODUCTION Presenter Shreedeep Rayamajhi Social Activist/ Blogger ISOC IGF Ambassador 2014/2015 Steering committee member IPRC https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shreedeep_Rayamajhi_(activist)

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