As information and communication technologies are adopted globally, Internet policy issues become increasingly complex and international in scope. CDT fights for Internet policies and governance processes that respect human rights. We support the continued evolution of the Internet as an open and widely available platform for empowerment and growth worldwide.
CDT supports open and inclusive Internet governance processes and seeks to strengthen the voice of global civil society in governance debates.
Cybersecurity challenges require a multi-faceted approach that will lead to policies based on the principles of openness, collaboration, and respect.
A healthy balance must be struck between governments’ needs for surveillance and the privacy rights of citizens.