Internet access

 
Telecom statistics are key to socioeconomic development
Telecom statistics are key to socioeconomic development
The International Telecommunication Union, the UN specialised agency for information and communication technologies, is gearing itself for the 14th...
Internet freedom: Why access is becoming a human right
Internet freedom: Why access is becoming a human right
When most people think or speak about internet freedom, they are often concerned with the right, for example, to say what you want online without...
Wi-fi revolution slow in coming
Wi-fi revolution slow in coming
"Sheer misery”, “27 years in jail", “an isolated island”, “unconscionable”, “normal”, “delightful” and “bliss!”.
Hashish and Russia's big HTTPS problem
Hashish and Russia's big HTTPS problem
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Johannesburg: One metropolis, two lives
Johannesburg: One metropolis, two lives
In Braamfontein, right in the administrative heart of Johannesburg, mayor Parks Tau took the podium before a packed marquee to deliver his state of...
China launches new cyber attack weapon
China launches new cyber attack weapon
The "Great Cannon" has entered the cyberwar lexicon alongside the "Great Firewall of China" after a new tool for censorship in the nation was named...
Fast new word in broadband
Fast new word in broadband
International Telecommunication Union (ITU) members have achieved final approval of G.fast, the new ITU broadband standard designed to deliver...
A tale of two internet connections
A tale of two internet connections
It was the best of stats, it was the worst of stats. The 
Taxi commuters happy about free wifi access
Taxi commuters happy about free wifi access
Taxi commuters in Soweto are happy about getting free wifi access while travelling in taxis or waiting at the taxi rank, they said on Thursday.
Cellphone providers give learners free Wikipedia
Cellphone providers give learners free Wikipedia
"Before I had free Wikipedia on my phone I had to walk far to get to the public library here in Joe Slovo Park to get things to help me with...
Michelle Obama tells Chinese students internet freedom is a universal right
Michelle Obama tells Chinese students internet freedom is a universal right
United States first lady Michelle Obama told an audience of college students in the Chinese capital on Saturday that open access to information...
What the 'universal' water access lie taught us about broadband
What the 'universal' water access lie taught us about broadband
South Africa’s 2011 census painted a bright picture of water access in South Africa: 91.3% of South African households had access to piped...

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