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Internet Cut off - solutions
If Internet is cut off in a country, one can use the Satellite Telephone. A capable engineer can set up the Satellite telephone as a hotspot for the internet for continued comms within the country and without the country's border. The Internet was created to be an unstoppable, unbreakeable means of comms. The Internet was designed to be like an Octopus. You cut off one tentacle, there are 100's of new tentacles that pops up. The Internet was designed so that anybody with the required knowledge can connect a server to the Internet and allow communication to flow in all directions.
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Jean,

agree that control of the internet is sought be many, governments and individuals. Some are defending against such approaches.

In 2030 we might have 9 billion humans connected to WWW, now there are about 4.5 billion. And we also have with IoT many more connected devices. So it is growing and becoming more and more critical infrastructure.

Tim Berners-Lee, the founder of the internet has also co-created https://webfoundation.org/about/
to advance the open web as a public good and a basic right.

Thomas
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1 reply by Jean Laval Chue Him
Nov 08, 2022 2:58 AM
Jean Laval Chue Him
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Bru.Lee les a berners
That’s an interesting way to look at it, Jean.
Digital Subscriber Line (DSL), Mobile, Cable, Satellite, etc are various forms of being connected to the Internet. Creating plans to extend the coverage to remote or rural areas is an important mission, that may facilitate equal internet access to people that need internet for studying or being updated to the constant improvements of the world.

Another interesting thing is technologies for internet data transmission, that allow sending packages of data in a compressed manner, showing good speed without losing quality.
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2 replies by Jean Laval Chue Him
Nov 08, 2022 1:44 AM
Jean Laval Chue Him
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the Internet indeed was designed to have redundancy built-in
Nov 08, 2022 4:02 PM
Jean Laval Chue Him
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Hi Veronica, indeed data compressions would speed up comms but there will be the need for public and private keys maybe? What are your thoughts about this? regards Jean Laval
Nov 07, 2022 10:38 AM
Replying to Verónica Elizabeth Pozo Ruiz
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Digital Subscriber Line (DSL), Mobile, Cable, Satellite, etc are various forms of being connected to the Internet. Creating plans to extend the coverage to remote or rural areas is an important mission, that may facilitate equal internet access to people that need internet for studying or being updated to the constant improvements of the world.

Another interesting thing is technologies for internet data transmission, that allow sending packages of data in a compressed manner, showing good speed without losing quality.
the Internet indeed was designed to have redundancy built-in
Nov 06, 2022 3:19 AM
Replying to Thomas Walenta
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Jean,

agree that control of the internet is sought be many, governments and individuals. Some are defending against such approaches.

In 2030 we might have 9 billion humans connected to WWW, now there are about 4.5 billion. And we also have with IoT many more connected devices. So it is growing and becoming more and more critical infrastructure.

Tim Berners-Lee, the founder of the internet has also co-created https://webfoundation.org/about/
to advance the open web as a public good and a basic right.

Thomas
Bru.Lee les a berners
I'm missing the point of this post - what does it have to do with project management?
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1 reply by Jean Laval Chue Him
Nov 08, 2022 3:37 PM
Jean Laval Chue Him
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Hi Kiron I believe it is relevant to PM because it is a very worthy cause/project to liberalize Internet access for all. Regards. Jean Laval
Great communication tool but easily abused. Will there be a day when the 'cons' outweigh the 'pros'? The noise is becoming unbearable!
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1 reply by Jean Laval Chue Him
Nov 08, 2022 3:44 PM
Jean Laval Chue Him
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Indeed this technology could be abused, but I believe this project will put in the hands of people access to unrestricted cheap continuous comms
Nov 08, 2022 7:32 AM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
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I'm missing the point of this post - what does it have to do with project management?
Hi Kiron I believe it is relevant to PM because it is a very worthy cause/project to liberalize Internet access for all. Regards. Jean Laval
Nov 08, 2022 9:19 AM
Replying to Peter Rapin
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Great communication tool but easily abused. Will there be a day when the 'cons' outweigh the 'pros'? The noise is becoming unbearable!
Indeed this technology could be abused, but I believe this project will put in the hands of people access to unrestricted cheap continuous comms
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1 reply by Peter Rapin
Nov 08, 2022 4:41 PM
Peter Rapin
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Unrestricted and cheap translate to trolls and unsolicited advertising. Note: information remains available and accessible to anyone and everyone forever.
Nov 07, 2022 10:38 AM
Replying to Verónica Elizabeth Pozo Ruiz
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Digital Subscriber Line (DSL), Mobile, Cable, Satellite, etc are various forms of being connected to the Internet. Creating plans to extend the coverage to remote or rural areas is an important mission, that may facilitate equal internet access to people that need internet for studying or being updated to the constant improvements of the world.

Another interesting thing is technologies for internet data transmission, that allow sending packages of data in a compressed manner, showing good speed without losing quality.
Hi Veronica, indeed data compressions would speed up comms but there will be the need for public and private keys maybe? What are your thoughts about this? regards Jean Laval
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