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Winning Back Mosul, Safeguarding Its Infrastructure
Middle East specialist
Both before and during the aerial bombardment of Taleban strongholds, I conducted phone interviews in Dari with fixed line
South Korea Launch LoRWAN Network As "Worlds First Country Internet Of Things IoT Network
The launch of a new Internet of things (IoT) low cost network by South Korean SK Networks is a logical development for Telecoms companies who have invests billions into expensive3G , 4G mobile networks.
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As T-Mobile Rises, Questions Emerge Over Treatment of Workers, Consumers
By Steven Greenhouse, InsideSources.com
And yet T-Mobile has risen more rapidly than ever.
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Brazil's WhatsApp Ban Reveals A Big, Scary Problem For Everyone
Any smartphone user -- regardless of nationality -- should be very worried about this.
Nokia To Buy Network Equipment Maker Alcatel-Lucent For $16.6 Billion
By Reuters, Reuters
(Reporting by Leila Abboud and Jussi Rosendahl; Editing by James Regan) The company will have about 114,000 employees and
Are We All Talking About the Same Thing?
Sr. Product Manger, Mobile at Verizon
The Internet is not black and white, and it is most certainly not sacred. We seem to have merely added more complexity to its already nuanced nature.
Al Jazeera In Vermont
Director for International Freedom of Expression at the Electr...
When Burlington, Vermont's cable company, Burlington Telecom, decided to carry Al Jazeera, groups clamored both in protest and support, and bloggers around the world jumped on the story.
We're About To Lose Net Neutrality — And The Internet As We Know It | Wired Opinion | Wired.com
Net neutrality is a dead man walking. Read more on Wired
What's Your Flexible Working Tipping Point?
Co-founder and CEO of Ezbob, which offers short-term working c...
With the advent of improved technology and an increasingly mobile workforce, the option to work where you need to be is becoming accepted, if not a necessity, for many organizations.
Imagine If Every Resident of Mumbai Had a Car?
British tech, culture, and globalisation writer based in São P...
Economic growth benefits those who are lifted from poverty, but how can the world really cope with billions of new drivers all expecting their own car?
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Phone Deregulation Hitting Low-Income Families Across Country, but Advocates Stall Bill in New Jersey
Associate Professor, John Jay, Lehman College
While media hype is often focused on broadband, there are still millions of Americans, especially the elderly, who depend solely on a landline phone for their connections to the outside world.
Investment & Enterprise, Not Protectionism
Tom Vander Ark
CEO of Getting Smart
India is building infrastructure and encouraging private enterprise. The US should invest and partner, not ignore and protect. We run the risk of becoming less relevant in Southeast Asia -- and the world.
The Two Categories of American Corporation -- and Why it Matters
Chancellor's Professor of Public Policy, University of Califor...
Large American corporations are going global as fast as they can. That's good for their shareholders. But in a Washington ever more susceptible to their money and influence, that's not necessarily good for most Americans.
So, You Think You Can Download? New Guide Shows Threat to the Internet, What You Can Do About It
John S. Johnson
Founder and Director, Harmony Institute
Without a groundswell of support for net neutrality in the coming months, the telecoms will stealthily unleash their special interest on Washington, silently transforming the Internet we use today.
The Uncertain Future of Cabal Television
Robert J. Elisberg
Columnist and screenwriter.
Think of net neutrality as like having stops signs at a busy intersection to avoid daily pile-ups. Or think of Wall Street without regulations. Financial collapse was the result.
CBC Members: Don't Help the Telecom Industry Destroy the Open Internet
Activist, Entrepreneur, Co-founder of ColorOfChange.org and Ci...
The big phone and cable companies are pulling out all the stops in their campaign against net neutrality. We want to make clear how important this issue is to the African-American community, and why it is a 21st century civil rights issue.
Fifth Estate, Censorship Battles at Dubai's Arab Media Forum
Director of Media Unlimited
In the United Arab Emirates -- of which Dubai is a member -- collaboration between telecoms and new media is flourishing, leading to a creative model emerging from the Middle East region.
Verizon and AT&T's Most Annoying Lobbyists
These front groups exist to distract from real issues, to make the industry look reasonable, and to make anyone responding to them look like the "other" extreme, rather than the sensible, consumer-focused policy advocate.
Comcast Attacks Net Neutrality Along With Pennsylvania Rep.
Of the 72 lawmakers who signed onto the letter, Brady is the leading recipient of campaign contributions from telecom companies
AT&T vs. Google Voice: Sex, money, the feds, and your phone bill
Technically, the dispute is over FCC regulations governing how long-distance and local phone companies pay each other for
What Ma Bell Is Really Afraid Of
, Guest Writer
Why should consumers be hobbled by deals that allow carriers to tie down the hottest new devices and block our ability to use them as they're intended?
Broadband Bullies Shouldn't Benefit From Stimulus
If new areas are to be served, and if underserved areas are to be upgraded, then either the incumbent telecom companies have to clean up their acts, or they have to make way for others.
Net Neutrality is
Founder, craigslist + Craig Newmark Foundation
Net neutrality sounds abstract, but it's pretty simple: It's about the Internet being a level playing field for everyone who wants to use it as their own printing press.
FCC Rules Against Telecoms, In Favor Of Free National Wireless
Plans to offer national free wireless Internet access got a boost on Friday when the Federal Communications Commission released
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