Mohamed Al Said

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the Internet with no fee for all developing and poor countries.

And connectivity have create new mindset but these mindset have continue to be resource to their land that they came from. This was difference between many initiative enforce to change.
Well point of view.
These young youth give us New meaning of freedom. And empower us to street. Just step out of your house. People were inspire to go down to street and raise their voices

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    Mar 6 2011: I think this is a powerful idea- access to global knowledge networks for populations can leapfrog the innovative capacity of populations and also allow the rest of us to directly access pools of wisdom which have been inaccessible up till now.

    Free and open access to the internet when combined with open learning platforms such as Big History Channel, Sal Khan's Khan Academy, Sugata Mitra's ideas of complex ideas being self taught and for that matter access to learning platforms like TED and TEDx organizations around the world could really help people see and experience the best of what the world has to offer.

    How can I help?
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    Mar 12 2011: Internet access should be a basic human right :-)
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    Mar 10 2011: Talk to Bill Gates or Carlos Slim ))))
  • Mar 7 2011: Internet has the power to let people know each other. With a basic knowledge of the technology, they can connect and discuss way beyond what has ever been possible so far.
    The Egyptian and Tunisian revolutions have been made possible by the fact the isolated scared citizens stopped being isolated and the awareness that they were not alone also got rid of (some of) their fear.
    The rights to universal access to the communication networks shall be acknowledge to a similiar level as the right to a reasonable housing, healthy food, peace, freedom. Restraining the access to the networks is just another way for the tyrants to subdue their victims.
  • Mar 7 2011: I think before giving access to the Internet to these countries, they must learn to exploit the knowledge that is often in the rough on the web. I think African countries are rich countries inhabited by poor, who often have not received education as we have access. But very good idea that remains to be developed, why give free access to internet only in poor countries? Sorry for my english!