Seven years ago, a telephone call to Helsinki turned a dosed academic network into the Russian Internet. Today, the growth of the internet in Russia and elsewhere remains hampered by an outdated infrastructure, murky borders between the private and state sectors, and the threat of restrictive regulation. To harness the new medium's potential, Esther Dyson […]

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