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Cheap access to the Internet should be a human right: survey

Hamish Barwick | Nov. 27, 2014
Eighty-three per cent of 23,376 Internet users surveyed worldwide say Internet access is important for freedom of expression

According to Hampson, these results highlight that there is a "gaping trust deficit" in the Internet as people around the world worry that their online identities and communications will be compromised or stolen by cyber criminals.

"Unless trust is restored in the Internet through creative governance innovations its real potential to promote human development and global prosperity will be severely compromised," he said.


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