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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: Calling for Proposals from potential Bidders to conduct nationally representative studies of ICT access and use in Pakistan and Cambodia. Click on the country names for comprehensive information.

FCC was addressing real privacy problems (but not any more)

I have been impatient with people who think that inform-and-consent is the end all of privacy. One of the actual greatest dangers is personally identifiable information being stolen from service providers by hackers. This is a real privacy harm. I have not gone into the details of the FCC’s decision and its competitive implications. But […]

ITU Telecom World highlights big data for development session

An unexpectedly detailed description of our big data session was included in the Day 3 highlights: Big data is usually in the headlines for the wrong reasons – surveillance, exploitation of personal data for commercial or governmental ends, intrusion of privacy – but can also serve a valid and immensely exciting social purpose for development. […]

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