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Stresses that books and reading as we know it are “old hat” and that electronic media is the newer, faster and cheaper way for creativity to go. Reckons that far from backing away we should embrace the new media in all its phases.
Looks at the OECD’s Ottawa meeting and the issues of must import such as speech commerce, censorship and communications. Gives a different view on core issues, getting into meetings and conference materials. Concludes e‐commerce is an all‐enveloping term, which international bodies use to...
Looks at initiatives in global liberalizations for satellite services, particularly at national and regional levels. Highlights GMPCS legislation with regard to The Philippines, South Africa, India, Canada, Australia and a member state of Europe. Further investigates licence fees and who to...
Looks at e‐commerce and the digital age and how it may impact on wealth and employment in the European Commission areas, which has launched an initiative aimed at strengthening international co‐operation between public and private organizations and harness global rules for e‐commerce.
Espouses the Web with regard to the media and all its areas of relevance. Encourages and supports multinational forms of production as new but admits they may be no more sympathetic to social need and democratic practice than previous commercial media. Charts the market and the Web’s changes...
Discusses Sri Lanka’s deregulation of its telecommunication sector and how its government opened doors for private sector participation. Uses 7 Tables to aid in further explanation of how conditions were in helping the private sector operators, foreign investment, cellular mobile telephone...
Reviews issues discussed at the Ottawa OECD Multinational Conference of 1998, including government roles and other, aligned areas. States electronic commerce has potential far‐reaching economic implications. Concludes future work needs to be done to facilitate e‐commerce’s successful...
Examines abuse potential with regard to digital pay‐TV services and permitted competition which is allowed, and these are referred to as bottleneck facilities (technology). Looks at technical analysis ad bottleneck control in addition to self‐regulation and industry standard settings, and...
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