Council of Europe launches human rights guide for the internet

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Governments, private companies and other organisations have a duty to respect the human rights of internet users, the Council of Europe says

Governments, private companies and other organisations have a duty to respect the human rights of internet users, the Council of Europe has said. This declaration comes as the human rights organisation...

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