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With the advent of the Internet and modern digital information technology, states and their policies towards their agencies and citizens have undergone a radical transformation in their patterns of thinking and action. Knowledge, coupled with the paths of globalization and its effects on technological development, known as the fourth industrial revolution, has led to the creation of a digital world driven by technological transformation. This transformation has impacted all fields of human rights through innovation and creativity, enhancing the transfer of information, boosting production, removing temporal and spatial barriers, and developing new systems based on big data and dense information. These systems include artificial intelligence and the experiences of countries in achieving human digital security, which protects and safeguards human rights everywhere by employing smart digitization systems.

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