In some ways, I do believe our rights are being violated on the Internet. Information is being collected about us by all sorts of things, including websites (like Facebook and e-mail), as well as apps. Privacy no longer exists, and we really have no control over it, and don't know what information is being collected and used. Personally, I find this even more disturbing than what the NSA has done.
Believe it or not it can be easily argued that our human rights are being violated by using the internet.The right to privacy is one of the most important human rights and it is constantly being violated on the internet.Whether it is financial information or just the right to be intimate with your partner.
I do not believe our human rights are being violated by using the Internet. Up to this point the Internet has provided an open environment for the world to communicate on a global level. I believe it has made it possible to pin point issues with humans rights, but not rights directly associated with the Internet itself.
Our human rights are not being violated by using the Internet. If you think that the government is spying on you and infringing on your right to privacy, then you can take steps to prevent that. There are plenty of tools available to you so you can hide your identity.
Using the Internet does not violate human rights in any way, shape, or form. What it has done instead is make us more aware of the human rights violations going on around the world, and allow us to act quickly against it. We have more information at our fingertips today than at any prior point in history, and it's all thanks to the Internet.