Different countries have different frames of reference for their legal systems: the US, for example, has a negative rights framework, where the government’s role is to ensure people are free FROM oppression or interference. Meanwhile, India ruled that people have a right to internet access…obviously these are very different points of view and I don’t know much about the latter. How do different legal systems frame human rights (or whatever the equivalent may be, if there are any) and the role of the government in people’s lives?
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