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In his article “The Bane of “Consultants” on African Telcos fortunes”, Tom Makau states that investors have made a big mistake by formulating a single strategy for “Africa” assuming there exists a homogenous economic entity called the “African market”. The African continent as far as geo-political boundaries, economic zoning has widely varying tax policies and regulatory…Continue
Added by Mwende Njiraini on February 1, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Assessment of the impact of Internet Exchange Points – empirical study of Kenya and Nigeria - a study done by ISOC shows the Kenya Internet Exchange Point (KIXP) currently localizes approximately 1Gbit/s of peak traffic, reduces latency from 200-600 ms to 2-10 ms to 2-10ms allowing ISPs to save almost $1.5 million per year on international connectivity.
On the other hand, the Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN)…Continue
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The art of surveillance has been practised throughout history. Sun Tzu's The Art of War, for example, written in the Fifth Century BC, contains a chapter on “The Use of Spies” where he describes the different ways spies may be used to monitor enemy forces.…Continue
One striking point was made by the Chris Sherwood from Yahoo: the threat of going to court, if there is a threat expressed by Yahoo to go to court because it is expensive, for a company like Yahoo, than how can you expect a regular user of the Internet to apply to the judicial mechanisms?
One of proposed suggestions was that the industry needs an…Continue
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Pedro Less Andrade: Content regulations and freedom of expression n the Internet
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