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How to help 27, Queenslanders diagnosed with cancer each This pushback against regulation comes in the context of greater advocacy for ensuring universal access to the Internet.
In the 16 tracking countries surveyed on this question, an average of 82 per cent think that access to the Internet should be a fundamental right of all people, up from 79 per cent in These countries also tend to be those where opposition to regulation has grown most notably since In a number of Western nations, apart from Greece and France, attitudes towards Internet regulation are rather mixed. Opinion in Canada, Australia, Spain, and Germany is polarised on this topic, with the proportions in favour of government intervention trailing the majorities against it by just a few points.
Brazilians are the most worried about this, with 92 per cent reporting some level of concern. The poll also reveals that Internet users are increasingly wary of expressing their opinions online. This is in stark contrast with the anxious mood in the Western countries surveyed, where except in Germany solid and strongly increasing majorities report unease about expressing their opinions in Europe, North America, and Australia.
GlobeScan Chairman Doug Miller commented: The results are drawn from a survey of 16, adult citizens across 18 countries, including 11, Internet users, conducted for BBC World Service by the international polling firm GlobeScan and its research partners in each country.
GlobeScan coordinated fieldwork, involving telephone and in-person interviews, between 13 January and 27 April In five of the 18 countries, the sample was limited to major urban areas. The poll also highlights some differences by gender. Female Internet users are less likely than male users to feel safe expressing their opinions online.
Globally, only 44 per cent of female respondents are unafraid to speak their minds, outweighed by the 54 per cent who report anxiety about this. Some gender differences appear in some countries, however. While majorities of male Internet users oppose regulation in Australia, Canada, Germany, and Spain, their female counterparts are split on this question. Within this wider pattern, the most notable difference in perceptions between Millennials and the older groups relates to their more relaxed attitude to expressing their opinion online.
This generational difference is particularly apparent in Germany, Mexico, Brazil, and to some extent in the UK and in Australia..