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Why the TPP matters to the Internet and IP

We've seen some news that the Trans-Pacific Partnership won't be in place at the year's end as previously intended. What does that mean? Is the TPP a concern for intellectual property rights?

December 10, 2013 by Bryan Tan

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Are virtual currencies reality or illusion?

We are still talking about the potential of virtual currencies, despite all the considerable advances in technology over the last 20 years, the significant spread of globalization, and how it might impact financial transactions.

November 24, 2013 by Ian JA Ferguson

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Tapping Internet services to do good

Is it possible to have a CSR strategy built around online services? Telcos, for instance, can offer one hour free Internet access to locals who wouldn't otherwise have Web access in return for every hour of roaming fees earned.

November 12, 2013 by Bryan Tan


Digital payments: Challenges for Asia-Pacific

Asia-Pacific lacks a consistent approach to digital payments. One of the key challenges is to develop regulation that balances the need for appropriate intervention and oversight without stifling innovation.

November 4, 2013 by Ian JA Ferguson


Tech vendors have role in Internet governance

The IT vendor community, with the likes of Google and Microsoft, turns up in full force at the Internet Governance Forum in Bali this week where delegates discuss the need to keep the Internet trustworthy.

October 24, 2013 by Bryan Tan

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