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Title: Manifest o internetu – IFLA 2014
Other Titles: IFLA Internet Mannifesto 2014
Authors: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Keywords: Subject::Access to information
Subject::Access to knowledge
Subject::Internet access
Subject::Library as place
Issue Date: Apr-2015
Publisher: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Abstract: IFLA approved its first Internet Manifesto in 2002. This provided an early recognition of the vital role that the Internet plays in the work of library and information services, and ensuring that individuals and groups have free access to information and can freely express themselves. The world has changed significantly since 2002 both physically and digitally, and we now have a greater experience and understanding of the role of the Internet and digital resources in our services, and in developing connected societies where individuals have the skills that they need to exploit the opportunities that technologies can bring. We also have a greater understanding of the threats that can be posed through the Internet including the impact on human rights of inappropriate monitoring and surveillance, and from criminal activity. This update to the Internet Manifesto reflects this experience and reinforces the vital role of library and information services in ensuring equitable access to the Internet and its services in support of freedom of access to information and freedom of expression.
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