1. Synopsis

2. Complex societies depend on ICT infrastructure

3. The Internet and the economy in statistics
3.1 Parochial politicians fail to address the complex global problems

4. We urgently need a new internet

5. Control of the internet
5.1 International discussion
5.2 Net neutrality
5.3 Interests at play
5.3.1 The internet community
5.3.2 USA
5.3.3 Commercial interests
5.3.4 Other developed economies
5.3.5 Developing countries
5.3.6 International organisations

6. Case study USA and Network neutrality
6.1.1 Network neutrality analysis
6.1.2 Network neutrality update

7. The two sides of Net Neutrality
7.2 Wholesale access to infrastructure
7.2.1 The American obstacle
7.2.2 An affordable general-purpose network
7.2.3 Why should OTT players pay?
7.2.4 So why rock the boat?
7.2.5 There is no one-size-fits-all solution
7.2.6 How to move ahead

8. E-security/Cyber-security
8.1 Infrastructure issues
8.1.1 How safe is FttH?

9. E-security application examples
9.1 E-health security
9.2 Social media security
9.3 Cloud security
9.4 E-commerce security
9.5 Cybercrime
9.5.1 Child protection a priority

10. IT security published statistics
10.1 E-security/ cyber-security market value
10.1.1 ICT security market value
10.2 E-security/cyber-security spending
10.3 Global IT security product revenue
10.4 Global IT security services revenue
10.4.1 Threat intelligence security services (TISS)

11. Be prepared with robust national infrastructure

12. Conclusion - infrastructure essential for the digital economy

13. Related reports
Table 1 Global - Internet users and annual change 2010 - 2017
Table 2 Global IT security spending 2011 - 2017
Table 3 Global IT security products sector revenue 2014 - 2019
Table 4 Global IT security services sector revenue 2014 - 2019
Table 5 Global TISS revenue by sub-sector 2015; 2020
Exhibit 1 Statistics on the impact of the Internet on the economy
Exhibit 2 Implications of ending net neutrality
Exhibit 3 Netherlands adopted net neutrality legislation