The OECD has undertaken a detailed analysis of mobile data roaming rates between member nations, concluding that the prices are too high and that this signifies a lack of retail or wholesale competition, or both.
The OECD has produced a report on the likelihood and possible impacts of a globally catastrophic cyber-security breakdown. It concludes that such an event is unlikely, but makes a number of recommendations on precautionary measures that governments should take.
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Would happily pay for 250mbit but sadly speed limited on the 850mtrs of copper to 50mbit max.