Human rights protection in cyberspace is a concept whose time has come. What is most surprising is why United Nations has still not considered cyberspace as an essential part of human life. If we analyse the trend world over, technology has been increasingly used to violate civil liberties and human rights. United Nations (UN) must urgently protect human rights in cyberspace.
The world community on Human Rights must start thinking in this direction as issues like Cyber Warfare, Cyber Terrorism, Cyber Espionage, Cyber Crimes, E-Surveillance, Unlawful Interceptions, etc are “Transnational” in nature, suggest managing partner of New Delhi based law firm Perry4Law and CEO of the exclusive Cyberspace Human Rights Protection Centre of India. If different countries would have different laws for these issues, it would be very difficult to truly enforce protective provisions against these menaces, opines Dalal.
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