The new era of technological constitutionalism. The right to Internet access and net neutrality.

Although the unstoppable development of ICTs and NTs since the second half of the 20th century, has generated a gradual transformation of the relational landscape, the first half of the year 2020 represented a turning point.
The current “pandemic revolution” provoked by Covid-19, has arrived like a global tsunami character, generating the adoption of measures of social distancing and the immediate displacement, without prior warning and without a transition period, of the scenario in which daily life takes place, from the physical world to the universe of the Internet.
This sudden transformative charge is reflected and transforms the framework of civil and political rights, redesigns the role of public authorities and changes personal and social relationships.
The debate about the need to incorporate the right of access to the Internet as a fundamental right within individual legal systems and at the European level is not new in legal theory.