Friday, March 5, 2010

Broadband as human right in Malaysia ... a journey

Human Rights declaration of 1789Image by Kongharald via Flickr

We are moving toward broadband as human right. but more haste please.

Video link: BBC News.

Starting next July, every person in Finland will have the right to a one-megabit broadband connection, says the Ministry of Transport and Communications. Finland is the world's first country to create laws guaranteeing broadband access.
The government had already decided to make a 100 Mb broadband connection a legal right by the end of 2015. On Wednesday, the Ministry announced the new goal as an intermediary step.
Some variation will be allowed, if connectivity can be arranged through mobile phone networks.
Source: YLE

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