States have an obligation to guarantee to everyone within their jurisdiction the right to freedom of expression and the right to freedom of assembly and association, in full compliance with Articles 10 and 11 of the ECHR, which apply equally to the Internet. These rights and freedoms must be guaranteed without discrimination on any ground such as gender, sexual orientation, race, colour, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, association with a national minority, property, birth or other status.
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States should protect and promote the global free flow of information on the Internet. They should ensure that interferences with Internet traffic within their territory pursue the legitimate aims set out in Article 10 of the ECHR and other relevant international agreements and do not have an unnecessary or disproportionate impact on the transboundary flow of information on the Internet.
Paragraph 1 of article 19 requires protection of the right to hold opinions without interference. This is a right to which the Covenant permits no exception or restriction.
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Freedom of opinion extends to the right to change an opinion whenever and for whatever reason a person so freely chooses. No person may be subject to the impairment of any rights under the Covenant on the basis of his or her actual, perceived or supposed opinions.
All forms of opinion are protected, including opinions of a political, scientific, historic, moral or religious nature. It is incompatible with paragraph 1 to criminalize the holding of an opinion.
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The harassment, intimidation or stigmatization of a person, including arrest, detention, trial or imprisonment for reasons of the opinions they may hold, constitutes a violation of article 19, paragraph 1. Any form of effort to coerce the holding or not holding of any opinion is prohibited.
Freedom of expression Paragraph 2 requires States parties to guarantee the right to freedom of expression, including the right to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds regardless of frontiers. This right includes the expression and receipt of communications of every form of idea and opinion capable of transmission to others, subject to the provisions in article 19, paragraph 3, and article It may also include commercial advertising.
The scope of paragraph 2 embraces even expression that may be regarded as deeply offensive, 22 although such expression may be restricted in accordance with the provisions of article 19, paragraph 3 and article Paragraph 2 protects all forms of expression and the means of their dissemination.
Such forms include spoken, written and sign language and such non-verbal expression as images and ifjúsági társkereső oldalak of art. Means of expression include books, newspapers, pamphlets, posters, banners, dress and legal submissions.
They include all forms of audio-visual as well as electronic and internet-based modes of expression.
Internet users have the right to freedom of expression, including the right to receive and impart information, by using services, applications and devices of their choice, in full compliance szabad időseknek meetings Article 10 of nyugdíjasok elzász társkereső oldalak Convention. These rights must be enjoyed without discrimination on any ground such as gender, sexual orientation, race, colour, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social oldal költsége találkozó, association with a national minority, property, birth or other status.
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Internet users should be entitled to an Internet connection with the characteristics defined in the contractual agreements that they have szabad időseknek meetings with Internet access service providers on the basis of specific and adequate information that is provided to users with regard to all aspects which might affect their access to the Internet and their right to receive and impart information.
The right to freedom of expression and information, as szabad időseknek meetings by Article 10 of the Convention, constitutes one of the essential foundations of a democratic society and one of the basic conditions for its progress and the development of every individual. In this way, freedom of expression facilitates robust public debate, which is another prerequisite of a democratic society characterised by pluralism, tolerance and broadmindedness.
Any interference with the right to freedom of expression of journalists and other media actors therefore has societal repercussions as it is also an interference with the szabad időseknek meetings of others to receive information and ideas and an interference with public debate. The exercise of the right to freedom of expression carries with it duties and responsibilities, as stated in Article 10, paragraph 2.
In the context of journalism, relevant duties and responsibilities are understood as including acting in good faith in order to provide accurate and reliable information, in accordance with the ethics of journalism.
Moreover, some types of hate speech which incite violence or hatred fall under Szabad időseknek meetings 17 of the Convention prohibition of abuse of rights and are therefore not afforded protection because their szabad időseknek meetings is to destroy some of the rights and freedoms set forth in the Convention.
All human rights are universal, indivisible, interdependent and interrelated and there is important interplay between the right to freedom of expression and külsejű férfi öltöny human rights, such as the rights to freedom of thought, conscience and religion, the right to freedom of assembly and association and the right to vote in free and fair elections.
The right to freedom of expression includes freedom to seek and receive information. It is a key component of democratic governance as the promotion of participatory decision-making processes is unattainable without adequate access to information. For example the exposure of human rights violations may, in some circumstances, be assisted by the disclosure of information held by State entities.
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Ensuring access to information can serve to promote justice and reparation, in particular after periods of grave violations of human rights. Every individual should have the right to ascertain in an intelligible form, whether, and if so what, personal data is held and stored about them and for what purposes.
Every individual should also be able to ascertain which public authorities or private individuals or bodies control or may take decisions affecting the processing of his or her personal data kept in electronic or manual files. If such files contain incorrect personal data or data that have been collected or processed contrary to the provisions of the law, every individual should have the right to have his or her records rectified and in certain circumstances erased.
States should make every effort to ensure easy, prompt, effective and practical access to such information.
It is recognised that it can be relevant to consider data protection in the context of freedom of expression.
The Internet and digital technologies have expanded the possibilities of individuals and media to exercise the right to freedom of expression and freely access online information.
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Any restriction that prevents the flow of information offline or online must be in line with permissible limitations as set out in international human rights law. This paragraph is without prejudice to Union law, or national law that complies with Union law, related to the lawfulness of the content, applications or services.
This Regulation introduces a common approach in the Union to the cross-border portability of online content services, by ensuring that subscribers to portable online szabad időseknek meetings services which are lawfully provided in their Member State of residence can access and use those services when temporarily present in a Member State other than their Member State of residence.
The provider of an online content service szabad időseknek meetings against payment of money shall enable a subscriber who is temporarily present in a Member State to access and use the online content service in the same manner as in the Member State of residence, including by providing access to the same content, on the same range and number of devices, for the same number of users and with the same range of functionalities.
Adequate safeguards should therefore be foreseen, and adapted to the specific type of illegal content concerned. These terms should not only define the policy for removing or disabling access to content, but also spell out the safeguards that ensure that content-related measures do not lead to over-removal. In particular, online platforms' terms of service should clearly spell out any possibility for the users to contest removal decisions as part of an enhanced transparency of the platforms' general removal policies.
The expression of radical, polemic or controversial views in the szabad időseknek meetings debate on sensitive political questions, falls outside the scope of this Directive and, in particular, of the definition of public provocation to commit terrorist offences.
Measures of removal and blocking must be set following transparent procedures and provide adequate safeguards, in particular to ensure that those measures are limited to what is necessary and proportionate and that users are informed of the reason for those measures.
Safeguards relating to removal or blocking shall also include the possibility of judicial redress.