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How far do you agree with the proposed principles outlined in the Charter? Are there others we should consider?

Last post 19/01/2009, 2:14 PM by mkiely. 2 replies.

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  • How far do you agree with the proposed principles outlined in the Charter? Are there others we should consider?

    We welcome your views on whether the three principles we have set out for the proposed Charter under direct benefits, indirect benefits and sustainable benefits are the most appropriate messages to communicate and if not, what you believe the Charter should contain.
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    18/01/2009, 11:19 PM :: Posted by Brian Eisenberg (Posts 2)

    Re: How far do you agree with the proposed principles outlined in the Charter? Are there others we should consider?

    The words 'sustainable benefits' appear throughout the document - but there is little mention of the the issue of 'sustained use' and the associated challenges. Older People in particular, who struggle to get to grips with today's IT technology, need to be encouraged and continually supported to sustain their use of on-line activity.

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    19/01/2009, 2:14 PM :: Posted by mkiely (Posts 7)

    Re: How far do you agree with the proposed principles outlined in the Charter? Are there others we should consider?

    I hope the consultation has gone well.  It has been good to see Lord Carter raise the matter of a Universal Service for Broadband.

    BBBritain much encouraged by the extent of the current actions,  made a full response to the consultation.  Those interested can access it here - http://cid-8a40f9200c0106b9.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/bbbritain/BBBritain%20response%20to%20HMG%20DDI%20jan09.pdf

    Mike

    www.bbbritain.co.uk

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