Internet Society Asia-Pacific Bureau: Regional Policy Survey 2017

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The Internet Society (ISOC) Asia-Pacific Bureau has recently launched its annual Regional Policy Survey for 2017 which looks at Internet policy related issues and trends in the region.

It is important to have as wide range of input as possible from multiple sectors in the survey. This will help better capture the sentiments, needs and concerns of Internet users and stakeholder groups in the region.

The findings of the survey will provide valuable input to our engagement with regional and local policymaking bodies, and ensure that our priorities in the region reflect those of our community. 

The survey report will also be used as input in multiple fora in the region to better inform dialogue and deliberations in and around Internet issues. The results of the survey will be available for free download from their website later in the year. 

Please use this link to participate in the survey.

The survey should take about 10 minutes. At the end of the survey, you will also have the opportunity to participate in a lucky draw for a 10” tablet of your choice (Android or Apple). The survey will close on 05 April, 23:00 Singapore time (UTC +8)