Security and privacy must be shared without discrimination, designed into systems to protect everyone, everywhere
Cyber security should be considered a public good, which benefits everyone. This does not end at national borders or societal boundaries.
Too often, the excluded, marginalised, and poor are prevented from protecting their rights or being protected because privacy and security come at a cost. Excluded, marginalised and poor are also discriminated because protection is not provided in their jurisdictions although their data are being processed abroad.