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Right to the Internet is a Human Right

Right to the Internet is a Human Right

"How can a person today see itself as a social being if this person is not able to use the Internet?" In episode 34 of the podcast "Tonspur Wissen – Corona-Fragen" of the Leibniz Association, PD. Dr. Matthias C. Kettemann calls for a rapid implementation of the right to the Internet as a prerequisite for other human rights, such as the right to education.

In order for restrictions and rules in connection with Corona to be understood and followed by the population, politicians must communicate in a way that is appropriate for the target group.

Social media played a major role in the search for information about the pandemic. The platforms had a responsibility to counteract fake news and would certainly comply with it.


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