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The Study: Summary Report of 200 Responses Received to the Online Questionnaire Consultation

Following UNESCO’s launch of a global questionnaire during July-December 2014 to collect inputs and research from a range of stakeholders on internet study, almost 200 responses and submissions were received which provide diverse and substantial inputs in the areas of access to information and knowledge, freedom of expression, privacy, and ethical dimensions of the information society as well as options for future actions.
The questionnaire consultation consists of two components: a global consultation through UNESCO website with 95 valid responses submitted and a regional pilot one in the Latin America through a portal website of Observacom with 102 questionnaires completed.

The full report is available here.

All the valid responses and submissions are hereby published below for public reference. Please note that all submitters have been explicitly informed that their responses would be published on UNESCO’s website prior to their submission. The ideas and opinions expressed in their responses and references are those of the submitters; they are not necessarily those of UNESCO and do not commit the Organization.

A. Civil society and NGOs including individual users

B. Academia

C. Private Sector

D. Technical Community

E. International Organizations

F. Governments

G. Others

H. Summary Report of Latin America Consultation (English and Spanish)

I. 102 Submissions in Latin America Consultation

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