The Internet Society has partnered with Facebook to expand internet connectivity in Africa using internet exchange points (IXP). IXPs could allow data to stay within the continent instead of being sent outside and then back again. Our attitudes towards technology appear to have changed completely – from tech worship to tech fear. Will we be able to find a healthy balance? Jess Tyrell, author of a new discussion paper about our approach to tech and Julian Blake, editor at DigitalAgenda, who organised a Power & Responsibility Summit in London, discuss what can be done. Do you repair your old tech ...
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