Abstract: The use of the Internet on a large scale has led to the creation of a virtual space (cyberspace) characterized primarily by the diversity of messages, speeches, extremely rapid interaction between users in different areas of the world, which permanently changed the traditional way of interacting and concluding legal relationships in certain areas. The rapid development of Internet communication and the interference with multiple areas of both private and public law has not been accompanied by a unitary regulation on the use of Internet and legal consequences in the event of exceeding legal prerogatives. This paper aims to analyze the freedom of expression on the Internet, its absolute or limited character, mainly from the perspective of international law. The analytical approach has as its starting point the consecration of the freedom of expression in international legal instruments (both universal and regional ones) and seeks to clarify if and to what extent their scope can also include expression on Internet.
Keywords: internet freedom, the right to recieve and seek information, interrelation, admisible restrictions.