On considering the application of Amartya Sen's capability approach to an information-based rights framework

@article{Britz2013OnCT,
  title={On considering the application of Amartya Sen's capability approach to an information-based rights framework},
  author={J. Britz and A. Hoffmann and S. Ponelis and M. Zimmer and P. Lor},
  journal={Information Development},
  year={2013},
  volume={29},
  pages={106 - 113}
}
We live in an information society, and, resultantly, significant attention is devoted to ensure “information-based rights” are protected among other essential human rights. Fostering and protecting information-based rights is essential to human well being, and the traditional strategies to support these rights focus on ensuring free and unfettered access to information, such as the right to education, the freedom to read, or providing for fair use of copyright-protected works. While ensuring… Expand
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