Yesterday I tweeted in jest (and in French) that it felt weird to think that the Great Firewall of China might be protecting me from the NSA. Since then that thought has been percolating in my brain, and I’m not
I’ve been living in China for close to 4 weeks now. Admittedly not long enough to get a real sense for what it is to live here, especially since my living conditions are not exactly similar to those of your
During Mobile World congress, Telefonica Executive Chariman Alierta made an impassioned speech asking for the European market to be more like the US when it comes to telecoms. Here is a quoted segment of his speech:
“But we’re behind.
I wrote last year about Huawei and the company's struggles to establish itself as a reputable company disconnected from the Chinese government. In the last few days a new setback came to light for the Chinese giant: the Australian Government
Last week I had a fascinating (though short) discussion with one of my tech friends in Sweden. The discussion moved on to structural separation. He said to me that back in the days when France Telecom was looking to buy
As early as two years ago, I cast a doubtful look on the numbers that were coming out of the FTTH Council Asia Pacific regarding Chinese coverage and penetration. This year's numbers are even more astounding. I don't have access