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of the population has access to the Internet, many websites are banned and blocked no reliable sources. (Http:// (uploaded by abuhamad77) h. The Chinese government uses its social media to monitor its users since 1994. From the Jasmine Revolution, was an anonymous call to the United States Government which warned that and Twitter pages were being blocked and people could not access them. Only some users with extensive experience in the use of information technology. (Http:// watch?v=TlXqCmBZTvo&feature=fvst) (Rebecca McKinnon of the New America Foundation comments on the present state of China Including the current Political climate, Government's Control over the Internet and the Impact of the Jasmine Revolution) (Uploaded by: CBSNewsOnline) Another example of how Social Media bring us the reality and the systematic violation of the Declaration of Human Rights is the video recorded with a smartphone in Beijing and Shanghai. In protest we can see how there arrests, beatings and arrests, not just people protesting in the street also told reporters. Days later crowd of policemen in plain clothes and pro-regime citizens did their best to not be able to record anything. But as we said before, as we find examples that promote the content of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. We are totally opposed to situations. This is the case of using Social Media as a means of destructive and contrary to the content of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Many of these behaviors are understood as a crime by law in some states. Other times, the problem is when the state itself who commits such a violation. The main problem is in this type of violation is by an anonymous hand, we can not know in many cases who or who is guilty and secondly that it is often remote crime. This means for example that the criminal act is committed in one State but the result goes in another, creating a problem of jurisdiction of the courts very important. Here are some examples: A. Fraud offenses. Mainly it is fraud:

The Universal Declaration of the Human Rights  

A presentation by Rubén Fernández Vela, during the REactor conference.