Daily Archives: March 10, 2005

Telecoms crisis in Kenya

Ory has a good post on the sacking of the Communications Commission of Kenya board. I’m still trying to digest email I’m getting from friends on the situation. I don’t see any way to read the situation as anything other … Continue reading

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Hard questions at Club de Madrid

Some of my colleagues – Joi, Rebecca, John Gage, Dan Gillmor, Noriko Takiguchi, Martn, and Marko Ahtisaari – just presented the work we’ve done over the past day and a half. It’s been interesting to watch the reception – we’ve … Continue reading

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Working on the “safe democracy” recommendations

I’ve spent the last two days at the Madrid conference on Democracy, Terrorism and Security, colloquially known as the “Safe Democracy” conference. Joi Ito invited far-flung members of his posse to participate in a conversation about the Internet and its … Continue reading

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Hard Questions at Club de Madrid

Some of my colleagues – Joi, Rebecca, John Gage, Dan Gillmor, Noriko Takiguchi, Martín, and Marko Ahtisaari – just presented the work we’ve done over the past day and a half. It’s been interesting to watch the reception – we’ve … Continue reading

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Telecoms crisis in Kenya

Ory has a good post on the sacking of the Communications Commission of Kenya board. I’m still trying to digest email I’m getting from friends on the situation. I don’t see any way to read the situation as anything other … Continue reading

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Working on the “safe-democracy” recommendations

I’ve spent the last two days at the Madrid conference on Democracy, Terrorism and Security, colloquially known as the “Safe Democracy” conference. Joi Ito invited far-flung members of his posse to participate in a conversation about the Internet and its … Continue reading

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