Spain president proposes Digital Rights Charter, outlining fundamental rights of individuals online

According to a news report, Spanish President  Pedro Sánchez has announced the publication of the  Carta Derechos Digitales, or the Digital Rights Charter. The Charter according to the report is not meant to be a new regulation or legislation but rather it is to serve as a framework of reference for all Spanish authorities on the forward on how fundamental human rights of individuals will be protected online. The fundamental human rights online that the Charter outlines are: (1) the right of freedom; (2) the right of equality; (3) the right of participation and shaping the public space; (4) the right of the working and business environment; (5) digital rights in specific environments; and (6) rights of guarantees and efficiencies.