Monthly Archives: April 2010

Net neutrality and health care – separated at birth?

A US Appeals court forbade the FCC from interfering with Comcast’s decision to throttle BitTorrent traffic. You know, this net neutrality debate will end up resembling the one over health care. We’ll reach a stage where the FCC’s powers to prevent … Continue reading

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The iPad as SUV. Or what’s wrong with America’s mobile industry

Anand Giridharadas in the NYT: Not for the first time, America and much of the world are moving in different ways. America‚Äôs innovators, building for an ever-expanding bandwidth network, are spiraling toward fancier, costlier, more network-hungry and status-giving devices; meanwhile, … Continue reading

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