Proceedings of the International Conference on Innovation in Research (ICIIR 2018) – Section: Economics and Management Science

Privacy Related to Cyber Space Activities

Authors
Ni Putu Suci Meinarni, Emmy Febriani Thalib
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Ni Putu Suci Meinarni
Available Online July 2019.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/iciir-18.2019.32How to use a DOI?
Keywords
privacy; human rights; cyber law
Abstract
Human Rights become an integral part in the various interactions that occur in cyberspace. Interaction between users of the virtual world is a distance interaction which is not necessarily meet in person. This can lead to potential lies or even the use of one's identity. Utilization of the intended identity is, using the identity of others with economic motives or certain crime motives. The principle of "The Right to be Let's Alone" is interesting in this study. Discussing issues that occur in cyberspace related to social phenomena related to privacy done through case studies of several phenomena contained on the internet and mapping the problem and conduct assessments with relevant legislation. Patterns of disturbance to human rights have similarities with one another, which in essence is the disruption of one's comfort in the virtual world. The cause of the above problems arises because, firstly, the lack of understanding that everyone has the right to privacy, the second actually happens the opposite, they are very upholding freedom of expression so as to forget there are other rights (person) is disturbed, and the third is the interest factor. E.g.: economic interests, spamming in the social media as a marketing purpose, etc.
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