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Links 1 through 7 of 7 by Vance Stevens tagged netneutrality

Berners-Lee: Facebook 'threatens' web future
Zuckerberg rains on 20th birthday bash
By Cade Metz in San Francisco • Get more from this author

Posted in Music and Media, 20th November 2010 07:50 GMT

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Tim Berners-Lee has dubbed Facebook a threat to the universality of the world wide web.

Next month marks the twentieth anniversary of the first webpage – served up by Berners-Lee at the CERN particle physics lab in Geneva – and in the December issue of Scientific American, he celebrates the uniquely democratic nature of his creation, before warning against the forces that could eventually bring it down. "Several threats to the Web’s universality have arisen recently," he says.

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It is now legal to use voicebased applications on the Internet.

In a significant policy shift, the Telecom Regulatory Authority (TRA) said on Monday it had permitted UAE's telecom service providers to enable such applications.

It means telecom giants Eitsalat and du can make third-party services like Skype, Vonage, Zfone, MindSpring or Minisip available to Internet users at a potential cost more bearable than the telephone tariff.

Satellite-based telephone firms Thuraya and Yahsat can also tie up with such third party providers and extend the option to consumers. Till now it was not permissible to do so. The regulatory authority's policy framework allows licenced telecom operators to provide the Voice over Internet Protocol, better known by its acronym VoIP, to all categories of customers.

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Hamed Saber is the developer of AccessFlickr and this is his photostream (to which he needed access so he could do his work in Iran, which is why he created this most useful extension to Firefox). Interestingly when I try to bookmark it in delicious here in the UAE, the tag button produces the Emirates proxy filter block notice. I've had to come into my delicious acct to bookmark it.

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This works in the UAE, developed by an Iranian photographer who needed to get photos via flickr in order to work normally in his country

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countering the threat to internet freedom in the USA

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