Cyber Security and Economic and Social Rughts (ESR): Can both be Connected?

Maskun Maskun


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17304/ijil.vol10.4.377

Abstract


Cyber security plays on important role to guarantee and protect people who use internet in their daily life. Some cases take place around the world that people get inconvenience condition when they access and use internet. For example, a personal identity code used for many different transactions has been penetrated or stolen by hackers. This situation puts people in threat condition where their social rights including data personal have been in dangerous time. The people then feel worry and need to
be protected as mentioned in International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. Therefore, it can be indicated that there is conflict of interest between ESR of people and cyberspace activities. The interest must explain clearly in order to ascertain the relationship between cyber security and ESR, especially when related cyber space-ESR is launched in internet based.

Keamanan di dunia maya merupakan peran yang penting untuk menjamin dan melindungi pengguna internet dan kehidupan sehari-harinya. Dalam beberapa permasalahan di dunia, para pengguna
merasa tidak nyaman ketika mengakses dan menggunakan internet. Contohnya, kode identitas pribadi yang digunakan untuk beberapa transaksi dapat dicuri oleh para pembajak. Situasi ini merupakan ancaman bagi masyarakat ketika hak sosial mereka termasuk data pribadinya dalam bahaya. Masyarakat merasa khawatir dan butuh dilindungi sebagaiamana disebutkan dalam International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. Sehingga, dapat mengindikasikan adanya konflik kepentingan antara ESR dan kegiatan di dunia maya. Kepentingan tersebut harus dijelaskan dengan jelas untuk memastikan hubungan antara keamanan dunia maya dan ESR, terutama ketika ESR di
dunia maya diterbitkan berbasis internet.


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