Three quarters of Britons consider internet access a 'human right'

There is overwhelming public support for the idea that access to the Internet should be a human right, according to new research.

The study of 23,376 internet users in 24 countries, commissioned by the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI), revealed that a smaller proportion of Britons regard internet as a basic human right than the global average (83pc).

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