WS 57 Broadband access and consumer rights

The transformative potential of broadband Internet to empower citizens and to promote social development, economic growth, cultural enrichment and democratization is well documented, and underpins the widespread adoption of strategies to promote universal access to broadband.  But it is not sufficient to rely upon the ubiquitous availability of broadband infrastructure alone to achieve this potential.  Consumers must also have a real choice of services at affordable prices, accurate and freely-available information about them, and adequate means of redress when problems arise. Read more

Time: Wed, 2012-11-07 11.00 – 12.30
Workshop Room: Conference Room #6
Tags: #igf12, #57

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