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One Vision For A Global Digital Society

Leading Richer Lives

In just a few short years, the digital revolution has revolutionized the way we connect with family and friends, the way we work, and the way we inform and entertain ourselves. There are clear signs that the digital revolution is set to transform virtually every institution in society, from science, health care, and education, to the way we produce and consume energy, to the very nature of government and democracy.

In fact, millions of connected citizens now play active roles in their workplaces, communities, national democracies, and global forums, and there is mounting evidence that we can harness the explosion of social innovation to lead richer, fuller lives and create prosperity and social development for everyone.

However, despite the many advances that we have seen, and the promise of more to come, there is a lot of work to be done in order to achieve the full social and economic potential of the digital age. There are also ongoing issues and challenges that the ICT industry and policymakers must address. Issues such as privacy, data security, media literacy, online safety, and protection of intellectual property are far from being resolved, and require the urgent attention of government, business, and civil society leaders.

Convened under the theme of “ONE Vision for a Global Digital Society”, the World Congress on Information Technology (WCIT 2012) is seizing the opportunity to work directly with the ICT industry and its stakeholders to forge ahead on some of the world’s most urgent challenges and create a "Global Digital Society Action Plan" that will not only shape the future of the sector, but also the future of humanity.

In order to make this happen, WCIT 2012 and its sponsors will bring something new, and perhaps unprecedented, to the world stage: a World Tech Jam, where thousands of Congress delegates and online contributors will collaborate and share their ideas, their passion, and their insights into the creation of a true bottom-up policy document.