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From Diplomat Artist Buzz: To what extent though, could also the risk be coming from too much regulation and implicit efforts to control/censor substance as well as manage efficiency? –MORE–
http://diplomatartist.com/does-globe-need-more-radiocommunication-regulations/

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From Diplomat Artist Buzz: “Broadband Internet is failing to reach those who could benefit most, with Internet access reaching near-saturation in world’s rich nations but not advancing fast enough to benefit billions of people living in developing world.” -MORE-

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http://diplomatartist.com/no-internet-for-majority-of-globalcitizens/

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Diplomat Artist Buzz on “Safer Internet Day”. UN’s International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is offering a message of greater safety for children on the Internet, but could this translate into controls that undermine freedom & empower both democratic & despotic authorities?

http://diplomatartist.com/safer-internet-for-children-wout-suffocating-freedom/

09-05-2014Online_ITU

One of the partners of the initiative, Simon Milner, Policy Director, Facebook, said in press release issued jointly by ITU & UNICEF: “Children’s online safety is a responsibility we all share: from those who care for & teach children, to companies who provide online services, to policy-makers.
http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=48645#.VAntDUiBEpw

09-05-2014Online_ITU

One of the partners of the initiative, Simon Milner, Policy Director, Facebook, said in press release issued jointly by ITU & UNICEF: “Children’s online safety is a responsibility we all share: from those who care for & teach children, to companies who provide online services, to policy-makers.
http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=48645#.VAntDUiBEpw

World Book & Copywrite Day

Education via mobile technology. UN Intl Telecommunication Union (ITU) estimates that of 7 billion people on Earth, 6 billion have access to a working mobile phone – larger than number of people with access to working toilet.

UN Officials Applaud US Intent to Transition Oversight of Key Web Domains

ITU: “The Internet is a global public good & therefore all nations & peoples should have an equal say in its running & development,” stressing “this development will lead to improved & productive cooperation between telecommunications & Internet communities.”