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Human Rights Online: Chinese Perspectives and Global Developments

Svensson, Marina LU (2017)
Abstract
The Internet is often described as a space for creativity, empowerment, and knowledge that builds on a vision of freedom and borderless connectivity. It is also regarded as an enabler of different human rights, with some even considering access to the Internet as a human right itself. But is this perspective shared by all, and what is the situation like in China?
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China, Internet, human rights
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Institute for Security and Development Policy
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