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Title

Freedom and Non-Freedom of the Internet  

Speaker

Maki SATO, Part-time Lecturer, Keio Law School  

Dates

8 July 2017

Venue

4F Conference Room, South Building, Mita-Campus,

Keio University, 2-15-45 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo Japan

Number of

Participants

(approx.)

15

Outlines

(up to 5 points)

-In the EU there is the common perception that the internet is

indispensable for education, freedom of expression and access to

information.

-The EU takes a position that these values are fundamental human

rights and that those limitations must be based on the ECHR.

-The EU has been enacting and considering following internet

regulations: net neutrality; protection of freedom of expression and

privacy on line; protection and use of copyrights on line;

simplification and harmonization of e-commerce regulations; cyber

security

-Basically Japan shares many values pursued by the EU as well, and is ranked as being the 7th freest country in the internet.

-The EU has been the first to introduce and strengthen regulations to protect internet freedom. Japan should keep an eye on the EU policy.

 

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