Internet as a right

A BBC poll of people in 28 countries has found that 79% of people now believe that access to the Internet is a fundamental human right.
The vast majority of people living in the most developed or Internet literate countries such as Japan also say that they could not now live without the Internet.

Other interesting poll results show that information is still the most sought after commodity and that censorship by governments is widely and sensibly feared – Here is where librarians come in …


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