La regulación de la privacidad en Internet en un contexto descentralizado y no consolidado: la gobernanza de Internet y las iniciativas de múltiples partes interesadas como mecanismos reguladores

Hugo Fernando Aguiar Lozano

Resumen

El presente artículo analiza el derecho a la privacidad en el contexto del Internet. Las iniciativas de múltiples partes interesadas son una alternativa que ya ha proporcionado una estructura regulatoria en varios aspectos de Internet, ya sea la seguridad, el flujo libre de información o la privacidad en línea. Aunque hay elementos que hacen que no sea una solución total, este artículo analiza algunas razones por las cuales la privacidad en línea debe ser regulada por mecanismos de Gobernanza de Internet y por entidades que no responden solo a los gobiernos o solo a empresas privadas. En este trabajo, se da una mirada general a esta alternativa, sin descuidar los otros enfoques que se deben dar al tema de la privacidad en línea.


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18272/iu.v22i22.1063

Palabras clave

Gobernanza de Internet; Derecho a la privacidad; Privacidad en línea; Regulación

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