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
There’s an article in French magazine Challenges this week about Iliad and T-Mobile. It’s entitled “How Iliad-Free bluffed the Americans” (in French). As usual with the business press, it doesn’t actually answer the question, and by and large
I must confess to a particular fondness for those moments of synchronicity when different news items happen to collide in the same cycle, violently contradicting each other. This week is a great example.
On Tuesday, Techzone 360 published a really
As some of you may know, US incumbents and cable operators have been lobbying fiercely in the last few years to forbid local governments by law of investing in broadband infrastructure. This morning, one such bill which was to be
“The rich are getting gouged and poor are very often left out…”
Must see if you want to understand the reality of the US broadband market.
From Zing Broadband
The excellent Bill St Arnaud posts a very interesting analysis today of the Google Fiber project in Kansas City on his blog under the title Google’s secret strategy with the Kansas City Fiber project. In this post, Bill states