International Journal of Law, Policy and Social Review
2020, Vol. 2, Issue 2
Disruptions in human right by technology: An analysis
Vinod Kumar Bagoria
The development of advanced cyber and artificial intelligence has appeared as a global threat to sovereignty of nations across the globe which equally affects the citizens of the respective countries. The functioning of civil society across borders has been enhanced with the development of technologies which promotes human rights but largely widens the threats for their violations. The article looks at the ways technology disrupts human rights and potential global threats for human rights. It discusses about how much is technology good for human rights and how much good are human rights for technology. The Article concludes the variations made in international laws and institutions as to responses of technological advances made to protect human rights.