Malcolm Turnbull's claim that a UN report on broadband had undermined Government's plan for a fibre to the home National Broadband Network was based on a narrow reading of its findings and a misunderstanding of the technology being utilised. That is the response from the office of the communications minister.
The International Telecommunication Union has called for access to broadband networks to be a basic civil right and has challenged the world's leaders to ensure that more than half of all the world's people have access to broadband networks by 2015.
Rod Beckstrom, president and CEO of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) says all Internet stakeholders must strive to keep Internet governance out of the hands of intergovernmental organisations.
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