The internet is disrupting so many established businesses that it’s sometimes hard to pull all of the threads together to get a good grasp of where things are going. I was recently pointed to this recent slide deck published by
The looming crisis and attempted takeover over Internet Governance by Emerging Country Regulators and European Incumbents backed by the ITU is often casually dismissed as “impossible to happen”. I’m not so sure. History is strewn with underestimated threats and their
I've been meaning to write about this for a while. The coverage of a number of recent legal "happenings" around online service providers has puzzled me and I wanted to weigh in on perhaps an opposite direction.
In the connectivity
It's the new year, usually a good time to reflect on what's been happening in the past year and what we hope to see in the coming one. These last few weeks I have been reflecting, but the fruits of
The whole net neutrality debate is heating up again, both in Europe and the US. As usual, the positions are quite clear: application and content providers generally support a truly neutral internet ecosystem, network operators support an ecosystem where discrimination
Last week ZDNet Asia released a really interesting article entitled Hidden costs to set up home NBN. The article highlights the various installation costs that are detailed in small letters at the bottom of the offerings, including home installation, activation
I don’t normally blog on weekends because you don’t normally read my blogs on weekends. I’ve decided that I will use weekend slots to blog about related but somewhat off topic stuff.
The following is a presentation made at TED
The debate on Net Neutrality is raging on. Sometimes, they say, a picture is worth a thousand words and we certainly have seen thousands of words on this particular topic. I like this graphic design of what an ad for