Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.
In summary, the survey showed that 49.1% of the participants were well informed of the global phenomenon of Internet regulation, while an additional 30.9% was just aware of it. Only the 2.7% learnt about Internet regulation systems by official statements from the participating bodies in each country.
In accordance with a related survey conducted in UK (see here), the majority of the participants were positive to the implementation of a Internet regulation system in Greece (47.3% answered «Yes» to the related question, while 30.9% answered «Yes, but only under certain conditions») rather than no Internet regulation at all (only 21.8% answered «No»).
More data from this survey will be soon published at this website.

Source: Koumartzis, N., 2010. Greek Internet Regulation Survey at Department Journalism and Mass Media Communcation of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece), webobserver.net, June 2010. Available at https://webobserver.net/?p=373

About the Survey
This survey was conducted during June 2010 at a limited but highly educated sample, mainly consisting of Ma and PhD students plus teaching staff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication (A.U.Th.). The verified responses were 55 and all of them answered to 19 related questions.

Source: Koumartzis, N., 2010. Greek Internet Regulation Survey at Department Journalism and Mass Media Communcation of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece), webobserver.net, June 2010. Available at https://webobserver.net/?p=373