Recognizing Internet Access as a Human Right: An Interview With Merten Reglitz

● Philosopher Merten Reglitz's recent article advocating the recognition of Internet access as a human right caused a significant stir in the scientific community, as well as in the global media.
● Nearly 3 billion people around the world are without digital technology, depriving them of many fundamental rights. This digital divide deepened with the 2008 economic crisis and the 2020 global pandemic.
● Reglitz believes that it is the duty of public institutions to guarantee Internet access, just like access to water and electricity, as well as to protect citizens from its risks.
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