Charta of Internet Communication (engl.)

(blueprint by Stefan Wetzel, wegecon, 2012)

  1. The Internet is an integral component of Human Rights. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) by the United Nations General Assembly (10 December 1948 at Palais de Chaillot, Paris) is leaved untouched by the Chartaof Internet Communication.
  2. The internet and the free access to the net is an inalienable part of freedom rights of all humans.
  3. Net neutrality based on princips of egality, heterachie and indivisibility.
  4. All men have the right to freedom of expression without taken any risk of reprisal.
  5. All men have the right to create links without taken any risk of reprisal.
  6. All men have the right to share content with other users without taken any risk of reprisal.
  7. All men have the right to act economic, social and culturally in the net.
  8. All communicating men have the right of informational self-determination.