Google VP: Internet access not a human right


Internet access, while an enabler of basic human rights, is not itself a human right, says Google Vice President Vinton Cerf, Mashable reports.

"There is a high bar for something to be considered a human right," Cerf says in an opinion piece in Thursday's New York Times. But internet access, apparently, does not meet that threshold. Cerf calls it a "mistake" to include any piece of technology as a
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