Declaration of Internet Freedom - Definition from the Hotspot Shield Glossary

The Declaration of Internet Freedom was drafted in 2012 and has been signed by many notable organizations, including Reporters Without Borders, Mozilla, Amnesty International and the EFF.

The declaration was created to defend the public online freedoms and lists the basic principles to be; No censorship of the internet by any government, the ability to freely communicate over the internet, a basic right of privacy for internet users, worldwide access to fast connections that are also affordable and protection for new technologies. The declaration has no legal implications, but serves as a popular guide for free internet usage and has been translated into over 70 languages.