Human Rights as a Service (HRaaS)
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Human Rights Protocol Considerations Research Group       A-M. Rutkowski 
INTERNET-DRAFT                                   Netmagic Associates LLC 
Intended status: Informational                              
Expires: January 19, 2019                                  July 18, 2018

                     
                     
                     Human Rights as a Service (HRaaS) 
                       draft-rutkowski-hrpc-hraas-00 

Abstract 

    The establishment of Human Rights as a Service (HRaaS) has 
    significant potential benefits. Although the generic expressions of 
    human rights in legal instruments largely precludes definitive HRaaS 
    specification, the establishment of a measurable objective is 
    compelling in the global marketplace for internet capabilities made 
    available to the public, including new virtualised NFV-SDN based 
    implementations and protocols. This HRaaS draft provides a 
    structured enumeration of human rights found in the principal global 
    legal instruments against which standards bodies can evaluate their 
    specifications, vendors can differentiate their offerings, and users 
    can compare those offerings and make informed decisions. 

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Table of Contents 

    1. Introduction...................................................2 
    2. Human Rights as a Service in existing and evolving internets...4 
    3. Structured enumerations of human rights........................4 
      3.1. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights - Enumeration 
           [UDHR].....................................................4 
      3.2. The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights 
           Enumeration [ICCPR]........................................8 
      3.3. The International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural 
           Rights - Enumeration [CESCR]..............................10 
      3.4. Additional human rights instrument - enumerations... .....11 
    4. Security Considerations.......................................11 
    5. IANA Considerations...........................................11 
    6. Research Group Information....................................11 
    7. References....................................................12 
      7.1. Informative References....................................12 
    Appendix A. Additional Human Rights Instruments..................15 
      A.1. Additional Protocol to the Convention on Cybercrime, 
           concerning the criminalisation of acts of a racist and 
           xenophobic nature committed through computer systems - 
           enumeration [COEETS189]...................................15 
    Acknowledgments..................................................16 
    Authors' Addresses...............................................16 

1. Introduction

    Seventy years ago, the first of multiple legal instruments -The 
    Universal Declaration of Human Rights -was adopted setting forth 
    global human rights. [UDHR][HRI-DOCS] It contained 30 different 
    rights and freedoms. Forty years ago, the author of some of those 
    rights headed the first major international commission created to 
    consider how new communication technologies were advancing or 
    impeding those rights. [MACBRIDE] At the time, multiple data 
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