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> The Economist of September 30-October 6 has a long survey
> of global telecommunications, excellently researched
> and written:
> The death of distance as a determinant of the cost of
> communications will probably be the single most
> important economic force shaping society in the first
> half of the next century. It will alter, in ways that
> are only dimly imaginable, decisions about where people
> live and work; concepts of national borders; patterns of
> international trade. Its effects will be as pervasive as
> those of the discovery of electricity.
Sounds like an extract from the first chapter of my recent book:
"Protection and Security on the Information Superhighway"
-> See: Info-Sec Heaven at URL http://all.net
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