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Profiles broadband communications, wondering whether AOL Time Warner will keep its side of the bargain that promises to provide a universal telephone service, in exchange for accepting regulations regarding monopoly. Recommends that only by quality of service monitoring can AOL Time Warner be...
Delineates the Clinton administration’s handing over licensing control of the Internet domain names and IP addresses from federal government to a non‐profit making organization that represents the industry (ICANN). Wonders whether the US President may have overreached his administration’s...
Acknowledges that government is an important provider of information and services. Reckons that brand development is an important communications strategy. Concedes that many governments are moving aggressively to provide services electronically online. Wonders whether the US Web traffic is being...
Highlights IMT‐2000 and discusses communications satellites which have received a shot in the arm from new international standards protocols, but on the ground 3G rollout promises to be patchy as a Universal Mobile Telecommunications System standard remains elusive. Sums up that business cases...
Asks whether the FCC is using the wrong cost model to try to balance incumbents of the US Telecommunications Act with new operators, to make things equal for all. Concludes that regulators around the world learn from the US’s experience in trying to avoid the use of cost proxy models and the...
Wonders whether, owing to severely restricted access, China’s government policy towards digital communications will remain in a constant state of flux – or will it gain economic benefits without a social penalty? Concludes that China has to link the forces of change to channel and deflect...
Discusses the notion of a universal communications identifier and the “tree root” of this – the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) of the USA. States this may have generated misplaced integrity in ITU, which has proved false as the so‐called “number tree” has three main...
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