ICT policy

ICT policy generally covers three main areas: telecommunications (especially telephone communications), broadcasting (radio and TV) and the internet. It may be national, regional or international. Each level may have its own decision-making bodies, sometimes making different and even contradictory policies. ICT policy is formally put in place by governments, but increasingly in most contexts, different stakeholders including the private sector and civil society make inputs into the policy process, thereby affecting its outcomes.

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