Posted on May 25, 2019 / 0 Comments
A socioeconomic index, also known as a deprivation or poverty index, is a single numerical figure derived from multiple indicators, that gauges the socioeconomic status of a predefined area. It allows for direct comparisons of socioeconomic status between regions and is tremendously useful in identifying patterns and correlations between socioeconomic status and other attributes.
The draft National Digital Policy proposes a target of 70% of internet users by 2025, an undeniably ambitious target. The target – pulled out of thin air as though it may seem – is actually based on a time series forecast using ITU statistics from 2000-2017.
LIRNEasia's comments on the Framework for a Proposed Data Protection Legislation for Sri Lanka of June 2019
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