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A federal district court injunction in Illinois will reverberate beyond the Land of Lincoln by reaffiriming policy and law for local phone competition in the USA. Chief District Judge Charles P. Kocoras reminded legislators, regulators and telecommunications executives that state regulators are...
As the repercussions of 3G licensing reverberate across the telecommunications industry, it has frequently been speculated that the European mobile communications industry is about to consolidate around a handful of players. However, many of these speculative comments fail to take into account...
The “widening digital divide” has the status of fact in most discussions of the global distribution of information and communications technologies (ICTs), and that this divide is a problem is widely accepted. This paper challenges both assumptions. First, looking at various measures of the...
While it is quite natural for us to be drawn to the new potentialities wireless fidelity (Wi‐Fi) represents, we should give pause and place it within its proper context and take a long‐term view of the phenomenon. One of the repeated shortcomings of the research on new technologies has been that...
Against the background of international telecommunications liberalization and declining settlement payments for many developing countries, charging arrangements for Internet interconnection services (IIS) have become a controversial issue. Following on from the author’s article in the previous...
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