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Chief Commissioner addresses OSCE Conference on Internet Freedom

18 Jun 2012

Professor Michael O’Flaherty’ the Chief Commissioner of the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission’ today addressed the Dublin Conference on Internet Freedom’ hosted by the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).
The OSCE conference offers an opportunity to explore key issues related to Internet Freedom’ and is aimed at various professional and public service sectors’ from those involved with human rights to ICT and media professionals.
The conference aims to create an understanding of how current OSCE commitments regarding the rights to freedom of expression and freedom of the media stand’ and their application to the Internet and to other types of information networks. Current challenges to these rights will be explored’ including permissible and impermissible restrictions on freedom of expression.
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Professor Michael O’Flaherty’s address to the OCSE: Internet Freedom Speech

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