VIII. Right of Access to Cyberspace
Citizens have the right to freely and without discrimination enjoy access to and communicate and obtain information and knowledge from cyberspace. This right encompasses respect for cultural diversity, languages, traditions and religious beliefs and observance of ethical principles in cyberspace. Imposition of any type of restriction (such as filtering, interference, speed reduction and network interruption) without explicit legal authority is prohibited.
Citizens have the right to enjoy the benefits of e-government and e-commerce, educational opportunities and user training, without discrimination.
Citizens have the right to enjoy cyber security, security of communication technologies and informatics, and protection of their personal data and privacy.