Twelve years of measuring linguistic diversity in the Internet: balance and perspectives

unescoAuthors: Daniel Pimienta, Daneiel Prado and Alvaro Blanco

Part of the UNESCO publications for the World Summit on the Information Society, the study aims to address the presence of various languages in cyberspace. Taking ten years to complete, the journal measures levels of Latin Languages, English and German in an attempt to portray an accurate picture of the linguistic environment of the internet. In the process, it takes a critical view of its own research methodology, as well as examining the role of English online

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