Country Reports

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Internet Society Pulse Country Reports consolidate and provide context for the data that we collect and curate via the four Pulse research tracks — shutdowns, enabling technologies, concentration and resilience — for each country. Pulse Country Reports can assist:

  • Policy and decision makers to understand local and regional differences regarding various aspects of the Internet. This can help target improvement plans and work towards enabling policies to support development.
  • Civil society groups and journalists to advocate and lobby for more investment and targeted improvements to infrastructure.

Pulse Country reports consolidate and illustrate data that Pulse collates from our data partners. See the methodology document for more details.

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Open Internet Environment

The open Internet allows people and organizations to mix and match technologies without permission and with minimal barriers. Sustaining and growing an open Internet helps to spur innovation and keep it fit for future applications. An open Internet is an accessible Internet – it is easy to connect to the open Internet and use its services.


Globally Connected Infrastructure

The globally connected Internet is inclusive. It allows networks and users to interconnect without geographical restrictions. Increasing the connectivity of the Internet makes it more valuable to every participant, as a tool for communications, learning, commerce.


Secure and Trustworthy Internet

A secure Internet is resistant to attacks on its infrastructure, delivering a robust service to its user community. A trustworthy Internet meets the expectations of its users by offering a resilient and reliable base for applications and services.




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