World Telecommunication Development Report 2003
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World Telecommunication Development Report 2003

Access Indicators for the Information Society

This is the seventh edition of ITU’s report on telecommunication trends. This edition has as its theme “Access Indicators for the Information Society”, and was specially prepared for the first phase of the World Summit on the Information Society, December 2003. In addition to analysis, the latest telecommunication indicators for some 180 economies worldwide are provided.

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The 2003 ITU World Telecommunication Development Report: Access Indicators for the Information Society has been specially prepared for the first phase of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) (Geneva, 10-12 December 2003). This year’s report examines the specific issue of measuring access to information and communication technologies (ICTs). ITU has long been involved in analysing access to ICTs. As early as 1984, the Maitland Commission Report, known as “The Missing Link”, first drew international attention to the large inequities in telephone access across the world. ITU’s 1998 World Telecommunication Development Report—on “universal access”— updated the Missing Link findings in light of technological and regulatory changes affecting the telecommunication industry.