Civil Rights in Communication

Privacy and freedom from surveillance in the Information Society
The third Pillar focuses on the civil rights needed to protect the integrity and security of interpersonal and group communication within society and of the uses to which personal information is put. These include the right to privacy of communication, the right to be aware of, give consent to and correct personal information and data, and the right to freedom from surveillance.

C1: Is there a right to information privacy and data protection?
C2: Is there a right to privacy of communication?
C3: Are social communication systems universal and affordable?