Internet intermediaries play a unique role in linking authors of content and audiences. They may either protect or jeopardize end user rights to free expression, given their role in capturing, storing, searching, sharing, transferring and processing large amounts of information, data and user-generated content. This research aims to identify principles for good practices and processes that are consistent with international standards for free expression that Internet intermediaries may follow in order to protect the human rights of end users online.107 Once a website is on the registry, content-hosting providers have 24 hours to notify the website owner to remove ... Internet service providers must restrict access to the website within 24 hours. Russian Federation. 28 July 2012. ... Guidelines) Rules, 2011, http://cis-india.org/internetgovernance/resources/ intermediary-guidelines-rules 109 Pranesh Prakash.8April 2012. ... www. mohamoon-montada.com/Default.aspx?action=ArabicLawaamp;ID=20 111 Russian Federation. 2 July 2013.
|Title||:||Fostering freedom online: the role of Internet intermediaries|
|Author||:||MacKinnon, Rebecca, Hickok, Elonnai, Bar, Allon, Lim, Hae-in|
|Publisher||:||UNESCO Publishing - 2015-01-29|