In the news: copyright debate and SA spectrum

Don't stop the Future!
Ox Wagons, Trains and Cars: Once upon a time farmers could only get their crops to market on ox wagons. A few of them used their own wagons but it took too long so most of them sold the food they grew to ox wagon owners who themselves could take the produce to market . The farmers often didn't get good prices especially those who were far away from towns. One day someone invented the combustion engine, and people started to make new machines; trains and cars. Trains could carry more food, faster and cheaper than ox-wagons. ...

Icasa under fire over spectrum auction
A top regulatory expert has lambasted the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) over its planned auction of spectrum for wireless broadband services, saying the process is deeply flawed.


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