"GISWatch is a unique experience, I think. Don´t know if there is a similar project in other fields. Having each year the possibility of tackling a particular issue of the field of rights and ICT, convoquing experts to analyse it from different perspectives and counting with about 50 countries in each edition, to get down that analysis to each particular territory is very valuable."
- Florencia Roveri, Nodo TAU, Argentina
"The number of reports published on human rights on the internet in the last year alone is staggering. Who has the time to read them all? The good news is you don’t have to. If you take the time to read one report, make it GISWatch 2011. "
- Matthias C. Kettemann, Co-Chair of the Internet Rights & Principles Coalition/Institute of International Law, University of Graz
"I think that GISWatch is an unique project as regards the number of countries involved, and the variety of perspectives. But at the same time with a very precise focus, related to each issue and to the methodology proposed. The challenge is to find a story, a case widely en-richen the way in which the issues could be followed and understood."
- Maria Florencia Roveri, Nodo TAU, Argentina- GISWatch author