The report assesses the level of openness of the internet in 10 countries, across three indicators: regulation around net neutrality, openness of fixed markets, and openness of mobile markets.
- Of the 10 countries observed, six have been ranked as "open;" three have been judged as "partially open;" and one (Saudi Arabia) has been considered "unopen," due to a lack of competition and poor regulatory safeguards for end users.
Features and Benefits
- Assesses the level of openness of the internet, and enables a comparison between different countries.
- Assesses the role of competition and regulation in affecting the openness of the internet in fixed and mobile markets.
Key questions answered
- What is the level of openness of the internet in the 10 countries studied?
- How is the openness of the internet affected by regulatory and competitive constraints in each country?
Table of contents
Download 1: Internet Openness Indicator: 2019