GGE norms should clearly oblige states to hold corporate actors accountable for offences that violate people’s rights to privacy, information, and freedom of expression. Photo: AFP GGE norms should clearly oblige states to hold corporate actors accountable for offences that violate people’s rights to privacy, information, and freedom of expression. Photo: AFP
GGE norms should clearly oblige states to hold corporate actors accountable for offences that violate people’s rights to privacy, information, and freedom of expression. Photo: AFP
Debora Irene Christine
Opinion

Opinion

Debora Irene Christine and Mamello Thinyane

Citizen security must be at the forefront of global dialogues on responsible state behaviour in cyberspace

  • Citizen security must be an integral part of global cybersecurity dialogues
  • The protection of critical civilian infrastructure against cyber threats needs to be ensured when discussing responsible state action

GGE norms should clearly oblige states to hold corporate actors accountable for offences that violate people’s rights to privacy, information, and freedom of expression. Photo: AFP GGE norms should clearly oblige states to hold corporate actors accountable for offences that violate people’s rights to privacy, information, and freedom of expression. Photo: AFP
GGE norms should clearly oblige states to hold corporate actors accountable for offences that violate people’s rights to privacy, information, and freedom of expression. Photo: AFP
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