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Internet Access as a Fundamental Right

Internet Access as a Fundamental Right

The UK should recognise a right to Internet access which reflects public opinion within the country and beyond. This will put the UK in a strong position in any future discussion on a European-wide or even international Convention on the recognition of such right, which seems inevitable.

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