Derechos Digitales is a Chile-based non-governmental organization whose mission is to defend and promote human rights in the digital environment for the public interest. Derechos Digitales is working to research and raise awareness on cyber crime regulations. Specifically, they are analyzing how Chile has dealt with cyber crime-related offenses, evaluating the application of traditional criminal law to the online realm, and assessing the challenges of adopting and implementing the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime in Chile and Latin America from a human rights standpoint.
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Derechos Digitales in the news
- Chilean senators cite Derechos Digitales’ work on the Transpacific Partnership Agreement, Infojustice.org, 14 August 2013
- Derechos Digitales’ Alberto Cerda speaks to Global Voices on US surveillance leaks, Global Voices Advocacy, 14 June 2013