Internet 2021: Here’s what the new year will (and won’t) bring
Now more than ever we depend on the internet for work, school, and fun. Will the internet providers rise to the challenge? Probably not.
Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols, ZDNet
. . . as Tom Wheeler, former FCC chairman and a visiting fellow in Governance Studies at The Brookings Institution, said, we must recognize that the “internet is no longer ‘nice to have,’ it is critical.”
Phi Beta Iota: This will be discussed in The Steele Report on 4 January. The future Web 3.0 Internet demands comprehensive data access and integrity, sense-making tools for the individual, individual sovereignty protections, AND a working global Internet that can meet the needs of rural impoverished users.