May 24, 2014
Thanks to the Internet, we can access information on any subject from almost anywhere in the world, in almost all languages. Access to culture and knowledge is a fundamental right.
Searching and finding any type of information, listening to music, watching television or videos, taking courses, reading, even downloading material legally available online are some examples of the possibilities of access to culture and knowledge that the Internet offers.
But there are laws that make it easier for governments and individuals to remove content from the Internet. Although content blocking may sometimes be justified, it is necessary to find a balance between private interests and fundamental rights.
Video made by BocanadaToons for RedPaTodos, with funding from Internews.
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