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My comment to the report on freedom of expression in the digital realm. ADC NGOs and other collaborations.

My comment to the report on freedom of expression in the digital realm. ADC NGOs and other collaborations.

LINK report : https://adcdigital.org.ar/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/LibEx-en-LatAm...

Dear, I congratulate you for the impeccable report and review of Dr. Molina Quiroga. Truly reflects the spirit of achieving internet, open, secure, free and stable for all, as established Icann. It reflects the situation of freedom of expression online in Latin America, collating data and legal concepts in the region, but with a common concern: the respect for human rights and the promotion thereof. I understand that guarantees civil rights do not have the same protection in all countries, but should promote measures to achieve respect for them, and especially freedom of expression, to receive and send information online, express themselves, to communicate ideas, feelings, knowledge, solidarity actions. Internet is the most wonderful invention of man, but when used with respect for others and for positive purposes. Many dictatorial governments, who do not believe in democracy and dialogue, wanted to block pages and social networks, in order to silence voices ... that's the worst that can happen ...... when undermines freedom. .se turns off the light of humanity.
I loved your work as particularly addresses the issue of anonymity on the web .... with the rise of terrorism and cyberterrorism paradox arises: security vs. civil rights. It's quite a problem ... actions that lead to pevenir disasters can undermine privacy, privacy and protection of personal data (autonomous and independent right by the Spanish Data Protection Agency). Anonymity on the web has been used by journalists, activists persecuted, public people to express their ideas without prior censorship, etc. Facebook now asks users to use their real names to attack pedophilia and other computer crimes such as cyberbullying ... but those measures will not affect the privacy and the guarantee of freedom of expression of those people? ..... Obviously always be take measures to protect citizens from crimen..si there is sufficient evidence to act, or a preventive measure, but always taking into account the rights of citizenship, as in cases of video surveillance states ... not may violate the privacy of individuals in favor of national security, as in the case of Sweden implanted chips to its citizens for internal control ... human rights must be defended and promoted in every time and place ... like for people with another sexual choice, or the participation of women in politics, business or public .... and more space on the web, you really should achieve structural equality, real, for the common good of the community Global and future generations, aND HOW THEY SAY tHE VERSES oF tHE NINTH SYMPHONY oF LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN iN A world where men will become brothers.

THANKS VALERIA MILANÉS.

Romina Florencia Cabrera

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