The priority of every digital system should be to protect and defend the autonomy of the individual and their rights and freedoms. Digital rights, closely linked to freedom of expression and privacy, allow people to access, use, create and publish digital media, as well as access and use electronic devices and communications networks. Digital rights are an extension of human rights for the Internet age.
Digital Communication Network Global invites you to an online discussion / global view of the latest trends and developments in digital rights and e-governance by providing examples from each region.
Our well known speakers from all over the world will discuss and explore the following questions:
What rights do we want to protect our role in this changing environment?
-How is e-governance formulated in each region?
-How do we define the digital society that current and future technological realities force us to develop?
-How we can protect digital rights?
-Is there and what is the meaning of digital citizenship?
-Santosh Sigdel, Co-Founder, Digital Rights Nepal, Nepal
-Addy Kudita, journalist, columnist thenewshawks.com, strategic communications consultant, head of communications at Varsity Film Expo, Zimbabwe
-Augusto Mathurin, Data Engineer, Ranking Digital Rights, Chile
-György Kovács, Attorney at Law, President of the Hungarian Fulbright Association, Hungary