[IRP] Article on the HRC resolution regarding Internet rights

Matthias C. Kettemann matthias.kettemann
Mon Jul 23 15:48:15 EEST 2012

Dear colleagues,

after the HRC resolution on Internet Rights of 5 July, a number of open 
questions remain. I think that the role of human rights on the Internet 
can profit from the toolkit provided by international law.

I've written a short piece for the pretty well-read blog of the European 
Journal of International Law (EJIL) that outlines some of these issues. 
You're more than invited to comment.

Kettemann, UN Human Rights Council Confirms that Human Rights Apply to 
the Internet,

Kind regards


Dr. Matthias C. Kettemann, LL.M. (Harvard)
Teaching and Research Fellow
Institute of International Law and International Relations
University of Graz
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