In the age of the Internet, the individual is too often overlooked. As rapid advancements in communications technology continue to influence our lives and the way we communicate with each other, we face the increased danger of losing sight of the individual. As we engage in the virtual world, we must remember that we are communicating with human beings. And, in the work against torture, we must also remember that those we are committed to serving – the victims of torture – are also human beings, individuals with an identity, a history, and a future. 


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