British NGO at European Parliament Launches Website to Protect Victims Against Internet Extortion and Harassment
June 7, 2014 - BRUSSELS, BELGIUM
A non-governmental organisation in London has launched a website to promote awareness on civil and human rights in the Internet Community in hopes to stop cyber-bullying and cyber-crimes committed by websites that violate civil and human rights by negative propaganda, defamation, harassment, or infringement published on public websites via blog, search engine, social media, and message board.
International Cyber-Rights Association (ICRA), a non-governmental organisation of the European Parliament has announced that their website, cyberrights.co.uk will enable expansion of the awareness and support to combat offenders of cyber-rights, which violate the recent court order and European Union laws on 'right to be forgotten on the Internet', legally demanding removal of internet content as quoted and published by Part of the Daily Mail last month.
ICRA plans for multiple forums, delegations, petitions, and events at E.U. and United Nations that observe and lobby strategies for mitigating and enforcing the local, national, and international regulations in Europe, United States, Canada, and Australia against violating civil and human rights of European Union citizens and the organisation members.
Article By: UK Public Media