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Freedom and Connectivity: Advancing the Freedom to Communicate in the Americas

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The Aspen Institute, Communications and Society Program, Freedom and Connectivity: Advancing the Freedom to Communicate in the Americas (Oct. 1, 2012) (full-text).

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This report addresses critical deficits in connectivity and the freedom to communicate in the Western Hemisphere. The report highlights connectivity, competition, censorship and the protection of journalists as key areas for action and calls on government leaders to move communications issues to the top of national agendas and partner with other societal stakeholders to develop digital infrastructure, tools and human capacity. The report cites specific opportunities for action in Mexico, where a new government was sworn in on December 1, 2012. It highlights the need for markets, regulatory and policy structures, and attitudes to "change to align with the new realities of a global digital age."

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