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The big secret is this: the collaboration is no longer local but global, integral.

Today, social networks demonstrate the strength that has always existed within the human being – freedom of choice and of movement,
where and when you want. Accessibility and mobility boost freedom of expression and opinion making them universal rights.

However, some questions arise:

• Are both the freedom of choice and of movement available to all?

• Is the accessibility feasible at all and it’s an universal right?

• Is the digital inclusion a priority?

• Have people, in practice, the right to freedom and access to the knowledge assured?

• Have people, in fact, the right to generate collaborative knowledge and share it? 

If all questions above are yes, then the social networks have a very important social function: adding value where digital inclusion is
also a driving force of social inclusion.

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