The former prime Minister of the United Kingdom, James Cameron is credited with stating that access to the internet shouldn't be a luxury but a right. He also made a pledge to provide fast broadband internet service to all homes and businesses in the UK by 2020.
Access to the internet is now an inalienable right, as stated by the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). This, among others, is what makes part of our digital rights. But what are digital rights anyways?