Chile Introduces Its Digital Agenda

Various authors, Secretaría Técnica del Grupo de Acción Digital, Mar 19, 2004
Commentary by Stephen Downes

No English translation is available, so I rely on the E-Media Tidbits summary: "In a long-awaited step, the Chilean government this week introduced its Digital Agenda. It's a 60-page book and website with 34 commitments for years 2004-2006, including directives about promoting digital access, infrastructure, legislation, and use of digital technologies in business. What about digital content? There's a mention of state funding for 'quality content' and a push for e-learning systems."
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