Human Rights in the Digital Age Unpacking Legal & Socio-Legal Dimensions

  • Vidushi Vats
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  • Vidushi Vats

    Student at Amity Law School, Noida, India

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This paper delves into the intricate interplay between human rights and the digital age, exploring both the legal and socio-legal dimensions of this complex relationship. Examining the evolving landscape of technology, the study addresses critical issues such as privacy laws, data protection, and cybersecurity regulations. It also investigates socio-legal considerations, including digital divides and access disparities, to ensure a comprehensive understanding of the challenges and opportunities presented by the digital era. The paper emphasizes the need for adaptive and robust legal frameworks that strike a delicate balance between harnessing technological advancements for societal progress and safeguarding the fundamental rights of individuals. As societies navigate the dynamic digital landscape, the exploration of legal and socio-legal dimensions provides valuable insights to guide the development, deployment, and regulation of technologies with a steadfast commitment to human-centric principles.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 6, Issue 1, Page 117 - 131


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