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The Digital Review of Asia-Pacific offers a refreshing take on the multifaceted links between ICT and development. One of its most appealing features reflecting the spirit of the WSIS process is the diverse background of the experts contributing to the Review. In its latest edition (2009-2010), the main focus is on ICT and education, an area in need of more attention. Policymakers, scholars, and business leaders, as well as representatives of civil society, would be well advised to sign up for a copy. Monitoring developments in the heterogeneous and populous Asia Pacific is of great relevance to readers both within the region itself and beyond. Torbjörn Fredriksson, OIC, ICT Analysis Section, UNCTAD

As ICT has become a critical enabler for all walks of life in the knowledge-driven information society, the demands for more comprehensive information about ICT infrastructure and applications have increased. The Digital Review captures the essence of issues and lessons learnt from various perspectives in the diverse and dynamic region of Asia-Pacific in a timely fashion. Eun-Ju Kim, Head of ITU Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific

The Internet Society is pleased to welcome the Digital Review of Asia Pacific 2009-2010. Over several years and now four editions, this publication has served as an invaluable reference guide to Internet and ICT development in the Asia Pacific. The breadth of topics and depth of analysis make it an essential resource for anyone working in this region. Lynn St. Amour, President & CEO, The Internet Society

As ICTs and the global information networks have become essential to building equitable and people-centred knowledge societies by connecting knowledge pools and resources across the planet and leveling the playing field as never before, the Digital Review of Asia-Pacific 2009-2010 provides many useful insights of the way in which the Asia-Pacific region is harnessing the information and communication revolution for the development of the region. On behalf of UNESCO I congratulate the editors of this publication on the breadth of the issues covered by the articles and the authors for a thorough analysis and vision that will help readers to better grasp the potentials of the digital age. Abdul Waheed Khan, Assistant Director General, Communication and Information Sector, UNESCO

The publishers, editors, and authors deserve to be congratulated for bringing out yet another edition of this useful compendium on the growing impact of digital technologies on the socio-economic development of the Asia-Pacific region. The volume is rich in data and penetrating in analysis and I am sure it will be read avidly by the ICT4D community. M. S. Swaminathan, Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha) and Chairman, M S Swaminathan Research Foundation

The current edition of the Digital Review of Asia Pacific vividly paints the picture of a major dimension of change in the Asia Pacific Region, and indeed in the world....Noeleen Heyzer, Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations and Executive Secretary, ESCAP

The Digital Review of Asia Pacific meets an urgent need for current and relevant information and viewpoints on ICT for development in Asia and the Pacific. As such, it is a tremendously valuable resource for the policymakers, government leaders, and public sector managers at all levels who comprise UN-APCICT’s target audiences. It is definitely a publication that we encourage all of our stakeholders to take advantage of and learn from. Hyeun-Suk Rhee, Director, Asian and Pacific Training Centre for Information and Communication Technology for Development