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Ultimately, the claim for cyber justice is based on a globally agreed social contract and a good governance-based cyber governance regime of which (today) four billion users generally agree upon and in which they have the possibility to interact freely and protected. This is an endeavor of a new magnitude because of the size of cyber space, the number of “cyber citizens,” and the speed and innovations IT provides. But it is not impossible as illustrated above, if this governance regimes remains to be based on the basic idea of universal human rights norms and principles which are no longer disputed among the majority of world’s population. Which in return is the same one that accesses and uses the Internet for private, economic, social, or professional causes. Good governance principles based on concepts of democracy help to design a cyber governance regime that manages these common interest of users and providers in the Internet and provide the grounds for cyber justice.
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- Conclusion: Cyber Justice
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