Presentation Transcript Internet of Things and its applications: Within the number of things connected to the Internet will be about 50 billion. IoT and its applications Sensors and smartphones Sensors and smartphones: IoT and its applications Sensors and smartphones In the near future almost everybody will probably have a smartphone A smartphone isn't just a mobile phone that has access to the Internet The iPhone has a lot of different types of sensors Top Applications:
Unfortunately it can also be used to restrict human rights and to commit crimes. Revelations on mass online surveillance and regular reports on abuses of the rights to privacy and free expression clearly show the need to effectively protect human rights on the net.
The Council of Europe works with governments, the private sector, civil society and other actors to shape the Internet as a safe and open environment where freedom of expression, freedom of assembly and association, diversity, culture and education can flourish.
Thematic leaflet Thematic leaflet Ensuring access to the internet Read more People rely on the Internet to obtain information, communicate and associate with each other, and for many everyday activities.
They have a legitimate expectation that the Internet will be up and running, and are entitled to enjoy affordable and safe access to the net. The Internet is of critical value for democracy. The Council of Europe recognises and promotes the public service value of the Internet, and encourages its member states to ensure equal access for everyone.
It is also working on the promotion of digital education and culture, for example by promoting the exchange of best practices on the digitalisation of culture.
Making the Internet more accessible can help people with disabilities, the underprivileged and the elderly to connect more easily with the world — from voting to buying goods.
A number of Council of Europe recommendations aim to improve the participation of disabled people in public life, increase their educational opportunities, and involve them in the development of new technologies adapted to their needs. Defending freedom of expression Read more The Council of Europe works with governments and other authorities, journalists, civil society and the private sector to ensure that the right to freedom of expression is guaranteed to everyone both offline and online.
The Organisation has issued guidelines to its member states to make sure that any restrictions to freedom of expression, such as through Internet blocking and filtering, comply with Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights. The Council of Europe has created a platform through which media freedom NGOs can report challenges to the safety of journalists and media freedom, and restrictions of freedom of expression on the Internet.
Through his annual reports on the State of Human Rights in Europe, the Council of Europe Secretary General plays an increasingly active role to assess the protection of freedom of expression in the 47 member states.
It has developed Internet freedom indicators that states can use to assess their compliance with these standards. The Council of Europe has also elaborated a comparative study on the laws and practices on blocking, filtering and removal of Internet illegal content in its 47 member states.
Protecting privacy and personal data Read more The Internet has changed how we handle personal data and share personal information with others, creating opportunities, but also risks.
Article 8 of the European Convention of Human Rights upholds the right to respect for private life. The Internet knows no borders, and Conventionwhich is open to any country in the world, has the potential to become a global standard Fighting crime on the web Read more With the Internet, new types of crimes have emerged that require specific criminal law responses.
The Budapest Convention on Cybercrime lays out a criminal justice framework to guide state policies in this field. It prescribes the minimum legal standards necessary for states to prosecute cybercriminals and tackle child pornography.
An additional Protocol criminalises racist and xenophobic acts committed through computer systems.The ACLU believes in an uncensored Internet, a vast free-speech zone deserving at least as much First Amendment protection as that afforded to traditional media such as books, newspapers, and iridis-photo-restoration.com ACLU has been at the forefront of protecting online freedom of expression in .
Here you can find all of the fantastic talks and speakers to be presented at DEF CON 23! The Lifecycle of a Revolution. In the early days of the public internet, we believed that we were helping build something totally new, a world that would leave behind the shackles of age, of race, of gender, of class, even of law.
Freedom of speech PowerPoint Presentation, PPT - DocSlides- refers to the ability of a person to publicly speak or publish any thought without legal constraints or repercussions.. Freedom of. Speech. Web Empowerment. Internet Censorship. Internet Decency.
Issues > Freedom of Speech. ID: DIY Nukeproofing: A New Dig at 'Datamining' 3AlarmLampScooter Hacker. Does the thought of nuclear war wiping out your data keep you up at . The statistic shows the degree of Internet freedom in selected countries worldwide.
According to the Freedom House Index, China occupied the last place in internet freedom with 88 index points in.