The Lithuanian prison was found to violate human rights by access to refuse
A prisoner in Lithuania had, according to the European Court of Human Rights (ECTHR) to have access to the internet, to lessons, to be able to follow.
That certain the judge on Tuesday. The prisoner wanted to use the internet for online classes, but the prison was not due to safety concerns.
According to the ECTHR if the prisoner is the internet still use it, because he the information came to his study to continue. The aim was to only government websites to be visited.
In January 2016, the court ruled that governments, their nationals are not allowed to stop in the search for information. It was, however, nothing about prisoners held.
By the prisoner access to the internet to refuse, would the prison the European Convention for the protection of Human Rights have been violated.
Prisoners have according to the treaty the same rights as other citizens, but the prison has the right to information has decreased.