New Zealand’s competition enforcement and regulatory agency, the Commerce Commission, is undertaking a review of the regulations under which telecommunications infrastructure provider Chorus charges retail telcos for use of its local copper lines and broadband service.
The Minister for Communications, Mitch Fifield, has attacked the Labor Party, saying it still does not have an nbn policy and claiming that Labor appears to be preparing to “backlflip” from its long-held position on the broadband network.
Internet Australia is keeping up the pressure on the Federal Government to abandon copper in favour of a fibre-based network for the National Broadband Network (nbn).
Why anyone would believe the cut and paste print, with an occasional poorly researched article from the MSM print division,[…]
This is so moronic. Anyone with a modicum of knowledge can easily navigate around any fences designed to stop people[…]
Quite an interesting range of views.
The RIAA is about to be schooled in the Streisand Effect.
A nice advatorial.I would suggest strongly though that anyone needing a VPN does some research as there are others which[…]