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Istituto di Informatica e Telematica     
Amenta V. Accesso alla rete: diritto sociale implicito nella Costituzione per la fruizione di una cittadinanza attiva. In: Frontiere digitali: dal digital divide alla smart society (salerno, 2013-09-18). Atti, pp. 47 - 56. Aica, 2013.
 
 
Abstract
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Abstract
(Italiano)
In the article raises the configuration of the right of access to the Internet as a new law, which, although does not have an explicit regulatory approval, has a strong toneconstitutional. The objective will be just what the legal statusof the right of access to the Internet, which is proposed in itsintrinsic structure and biphasic. From one side it isconfigured as a fundamental right and thus comprise all activities relating to the right to be informed and to inform. On the other hand, the Internet presents itself as social right instrumental to the exercise of other rights. This right can be claimed by members of a given community against their political authorities. But in national experiences such as the Italian, the formal equality, it seems inadequate to implement the principle of equality for the presence of subjective situations and unequal starting.  
Subject accesso alla rete
Web
rete
Internet
cittadinanza elettronica
Diritto sociale



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