Linked by David Adams on Thu 24th Jun 2010 18:30 UTC, submitted by neticspace
Internet & Networking Internet users throughout the world, and particularly in the United States, have long been chastened to hear of South Korea's legendary broadband penetration. The urbanized, technologically-advanced nation has been famous for rolling out ultra high speed network for the majority of its citizens, and many of us have looked on with envy. However, it turns out it's not all good news. An OSNews reader gives us the skinny from the trenches in Korea.
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RE: Messy article
by ElCabri2 on Fri 25th Jun 2010 13:57 UTC in reply to "Messy article"
ElCabri2
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Actually yes we should, because all of these shiny "fiber for everyone" infrastructure actually _originate_ in over-involvement of the government in the internet policies. One comes with the other. It's good sometimes to point out the flip side of the coin.

After all the whining that's been going on for ten years about ISPs in the US, the fact is that we still have the most innovative, free as in speech internet.

Let them have online gaming as a national pastime, and let's keep the worldwide online media stores, let's keep setting standards, directions and initiatives for digital content, social applications and mobile OSs.

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