No. Because an item is needed does not make it a right to have it or own it. One might need a car to get to work, or underwear for that matter - but you still have to provide yourself with those things through hard work. Computers are much the same--well not the same as underwear but the ownership is much the same principle.
No they are not a right. Computers might be a necessity to function in modern day society, but by no means is it a right.
by KU373 years ago
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by WilliamParadise3 years ago
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What you think the most important human right is?
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