Watch “Digital ID Passport To ACCESS INTERNET? / Hugo Talks #lockdown” on YouTube

Very interesting that we see a whistleblower come out against Facebook today and now Facebook responds that we should regulate the Internet.

All part of the One World Agenda!


Internet access, digital ID, data protection, surveillance controls: UPR review highlights threats to digital rights

15 OCTOBER 2019 | 3:30 PMTweetShare

Header image: Eric Bridiers, licensed under Creative Commons BY-ND 2.0

Joined by partner organizations around the world, Access Now continues to engage in various United Nations (U.N.) human rights mechanisms to defend and extend the digital rights of users worldwide. The U.N. Human Rights Council’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR) process is no exception. This year,  Access Now – along with six partner organizations – contributed a total of eight submissions to the U.N. Human Rights Council for its upcoming UPR review. While Access Now has consistently contributed to the UPR review process, this is the largest number of stakeholder submissions our organization has contributed at once in a review cycle to date.

The United Nations Universal Periodic Review (UPR) process

Several times a year, the U.N. Human Rights Council evaluates the human rights situation of U.N. member states through a process called the Universal Periodic Review (UPR). Since 2006, this process has aimed to promote respect for human rights and hold states accountable to their obligations. The review process is multifaceted and combines information provided by (1) the state under review, (2) independent human rights experts and groups, such as U.N. entities, and (3) other stakeholders, including Access Now. 

Access Now’s involvement in the UPR process 

Access Now often joins partner organizations to comment on countries due for review. In this process, we provide an overview of the state of digital rights in the countries under review and highlight developments since the previous UPR cycle that affect our digital rights. 

Digital rights issues in the countries under review this cycle include: open, secure, equitable, and affordable internet accessprivacy violations in the implementation of national digital identification programs and surveillance technology; and the need for strong data protection legislation. In conjunction with our partner organizations, we provided tailored recommendations for each country, noting specific steps to fulfill and expand their human rights obligations. 

The One World Government Agenda is commencing..

Please repent, carry your cross daily and accept the free gift of Jesus Christ’s death on the cross for payment for your sins.

#Yahweh #Yeshua #HolySpirit #LordAlmighty #SovereignLord #Nameaboveallnames #TheWay #TheTruth #TheLife #TheGate #Heaven #KingdomofHeaven  #Saved #Glorified #Endtimes #LastDays #FeastofTrumpets #markofthebeast #verseoftheday #birthpains #Judgement #Christian #Christianity #hope #love #Jesus  #Christ 

Leave a Reply

Powered by

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: