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4 days Residential Course on "HOW TO ENGAGE IN BROADBAND POLICY AND REGULATORY PROCESSES"

THEME: HOW TO ENGAGE IN BROADBAND POLICY AND REGULATORY PROCESSES

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LIRNEasia and the Indian Journal of Law and Technology (National Law School of India University, Bangalore) with support from Ford Foundation. 529 more words

Residential Course

ITU proposals threaten Internet freedom and access

By Catherine Hart – As the International Telecommunication Union’s December negotiations move closer, more worrying developments are coming to light. We recently posted about some of the main concerns raised by the secretive negotiations, which threaten to change the… 242 more words

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BSNL $66 Tablets launched today

This could bring a huge leap in BOP broadband access, to developing countries in South Asia and neigbours. Smart Plannet Delhi Correspondent says

“Over 100,000 tablets have been booked in less than four days. 241 more words

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Asian Tsunami+5: Are we sure there won't be a surprise next time?

This is one of the most memorable cartoons about the Asian Tsunami of December 2004. It was drawn by Jim Morin, the Pulitzer Prize winning editorial cartoonist of the… 667 more words

Communicating Development

Video interview with Rohan Samarajiva on telecoms in Sri Lanka

A video interview with Rohan Samarajiva, Executive Director of Lirneasia and former Director General of Sri Lanka Telecom on telecoms regulations, disaster mitigation, preparedness and early warning, mobile phone usage at the B.O.P and a number of other technology related issues pertinent to Sri Lanka.

ICTs In General

Net Neutrality: Economics and implications for ICT4Peace and ODR

A post on Lirneasia prompted some thought on the linkages between Net Neutrality and peacebuilding, especially the use of the web and Internet for conflict transformation. 914 more words

ICTs In General