In the not so distant past reports, newsletters and statistics for media and telecommunications were published on paper - indeed the IIC once maintained a library of such documents. Access to databases was quite expensive, with a requirement to purchase a subscription. Then material moved online, though typically in PDF formats, sometimes locked to limit re-use. Gradually, this model seems to be changing as governments adopt an open data or open government data (OGD) approach. There is a parallel and complex debate in the academic world about moving journals from behind pay-walls to open access.Download
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