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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 14 2022 | None
CYBER LAWS AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Ms.Arpita Sehgal
Pages: 3067-3074
Abstract
This research paper provides an in-depth analysis of the complex interplay between human rights and cyber law in the context of the quickly developing field of digital technology. It is critical to comprehend how the legal frameworks controlling cyberspace interact with the defense of fundamental human rights at a time when technology is becoming more and more part of our daily lives. In this essay, I will examine the difficulties and possibilities brought about by this interaction, highlighting both the possibility of preserving individual liberties and the dangers of violations in the digital sphere. It uses a multidisciplinary approach to study important topics like privacy, freedom of speech, information access, surveillance, and cybercrimes, with the goal of advancing knowledge about how cyber law may successfully handle human rights concerns in the digital age. The study explores the subject of cybercrime and its effects on human rights in more detail. It offers insight into the nature and consequences of cybercrimes, examines the legal frameworks for stopping them, and tackles the necessity of protecting human rights throughout cybercrime investigations. Additionally, the paper explores emerging trends such as artificial intelligence, block chain technology, and internet governance, considering their potential impact on human rights and the future of cyber law.
Keywords
Human Rights, Cyber, digital, technology, internet.
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