This would be so wonderful
if only there were such a thing as a manifest right.
All rights are illusory, temporary, and only applicable in as far as relevant local authorities choose to grant them. Even the much-lauded Human Rights, in its various incarnations, is useful only as a stick to beat authorities with when the authority has an appeal mode which allows it (and indeed is widely used to trump local legislation).
Why this internet 'right' should be any different is hard to see. Better to say, perhaps, that it is an internet 'opportunity'?