A search of government-run telecoms facilities in Thailand led to the disconnection of 30 cables that ran across the border.
It is good that poor children can go online. It is bad if government subsidies allow a four year old to obtain 1,042 broadband accounts.
European Commissioner Margrethe Vestager echoed telco lobbyists who say over half of all internet traffic leads to just six US firms.
The cost of internet access is still too high for millions of people, but the cost of not having access is also high.
The Indian economy has lost billions of dollars as a consequence of the government suspending internet services.
Axel Voss MEP persuaded the European Parliament to add to the long track record of terrible EU decisions about the management of the internet.
Tim Berners-Lee invented the web, but he makes ill-considered suggestions for how it should be managed.
An amusing insight into why the importance and value of domain names may be falling for everyone except those with the biggest internet brands.