You have the right to education, including access to knowledge.

This means:

You should have online access to education and to cultural, scientific, scholarly and other content in official languages. Conditions might apply to such access in order to remunerate rights' holders for their work. You should also be able to freely access publicly funded research and cultural works in the public domain on the Internet, where available.

As part of Internet and media literacy you should have access to digital education and knowledge in order to exercise your rights and freedoms on the Internet. This includes skills to understand, use, and work with a broad range of Internet tools. This should enable you to critically analyse the accuracy and trustworthiness of content, applications and services that you access or wish to access.

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Internet Users Rights

In Brief
As part of Internet and media literacy, users should have access to digital education and knowledge in order to exercise their rights and freedoms on the Internet.

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