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Human Rights 23 January 2013

Global Internet User Survey Infographic

The 2012 Global Internet User Survey focused on issues such as of how users accessed the Internet, what applications they use, how they managed their personal information online, the internet’s relationship to human rights, and the effect of government regulation on the Internet. This inforgraphic summarizes the key findings from the 2012 survey.

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