Should broadband demand be stimulated?
The ITU paper "The Impact of Broadband on the Economy: Research to Date and Policy Issues", (http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg/broadband/ITU-BB-Reports_Impact-of-Broadba...) published in 2012, argues that debate on Internet up to now suggested that "by reducing the obstacles for infrastructure investment, the digital divide challenge would disappear". However "demand for broadband services also plays a key role in explaining service penetration" and a broadband demand gap can also be identified. In your opinion, should broadband demand be stimulated? If so, should it be stimulated by national governments, by the EU or by other bodies? We are eager to listen to your comments and views.