New research suggests many web users view online access as a basic right that should not warrant regulation.
London (WiredPRNews.com) – A recent study proposes that a many adults view Internet access as a basic right, and a significant portion believes it should not be regulated. As reported by Reuters, the global survey for the BBC World Service showed that four out of every five adults maintain the view that web access is a right, and many survey respondents view it as a source of freedom for expressing their views, etc.
Doug Miller, the chairman of survey conductor GlobeScan, is quoted in the report as stating of the findings, “Despite worries about privacy and fraud, people around the world see access to the Internet as their fundamental right… They think the Web is a force for good, and most don’t want governments to regulate it.”
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