CoE and Kaspersky Lab sign agreement on human rights

The Council of Europe (CoE) and Russian antivirus software developer Kaspersky Lab, as well as other IT and Internet companies signed an agreement during the World Forum for Democracy 'on protection of human rights and guaranteeing compliance with laws in the Internet', according to Kaspersky Lab. The signed agreement is a step of the CoE Internet Governance Strategy for 2016-2019. The strategy supports and protects citizens on the Internet, 'guaranteeing respect for their rights, ensuring equality and freedom of expression, and combating cybercrime and terrorism,' according to the statement.

Country: Global

Domains: IG

Tags: strategy, Internet Governance, world forum for democracy, russian companies, Council of Europe, fundamental rights, agreement

Posted on Saturday 11 November 2017

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