DOI: https://doi.org/10.15581/011.58.147-183

Internet y los derechos de las personas

 -Manuel Rodríguez Puerto


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The appearance of Internet has brought a substantial debate about the validity of the legal theory to explain his regulation. In this context, the concept of subjective right is one of the most controversial. Some scholars maintain that subjective right, based on the idea of individual exclusive power, is inaccurate to Internet, because this is a reality formed of information and this can not be possessed exclusively like a material thing. Notwithstanding these thesis are debatable. Subjective right can be conceived in a more flexible form. Furthermore, Internet is not so different: it is not an independent world in need of a new law. From these premises, we can argue that the diversity of rights typical of the legal orders appears in Internet too. Among these, the rights directly related with personality, like human rights, are particularly important. But his exercise (partial or total) through the Web does not change the exigibilty of respect and fulfilment.

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