Globalization, along with its digital and information communication technology counterparts, including the Internet and cyberspace, may signify a whole new era for human rights, characterized by new tensions, challenges, and risks for human rights, as well as new opportunities. Human Rights and Risks in the Digital Era: Globalization and the Effects of Information Technologies explores the emergence and evolution of AdigitalA rights that challenge and transform more traditional legal, political, and historical understandings of human rights. Academic and legal scholars will explore individual, national, and international democratic dilemmas--sparked by economic and environmental crises, media culture, data collection, privatization, surveillance, and security--that alter the way individuals and societies think about, regulate, and protect rights when faced with new challenges and threats. The book not only uncovers emerging changes in discussions of human rights, it proposes legal remedies and public policies to mitigate the challenges posed by new technologies and globalization.Retrieved from http://www.claremontmckenna.edu/rdschool/papers/2004-02.pdf. ... Cybercrime: Arecessionproof growth industry. PC World. Brandeis, L., aamp; Warren, S. (1890). Therighttoprivacy. Harvard Law Review, 4(5), ... Museum International, 55(3-4), 10a22. doi:10.1111/ j.1350-0775.2003.00432.x Bron, C. ( 2010).
|Title||:||Human Rights and Risks in the Digital Era: Globalization and the Effects of Information Technologies|
|Author||:||Akrivopoulou, Christina M.|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2012-04-30|