> > Hello Dr. Lisse,
> > > However they are not as bad as the (USAID) Leland Initiative, which
> > > you really want to kick out of your country if they come and approach
> > > you.
> > Why is that?
> Because they incinerate any indigenous networking they can.
Can you give some examples of USAID's policies or techniques that incinerate
or stifle indigenous network? Also, does this apply to the just the ISPs
starting up - or does it apply to the whole indigenous internetworking
I'm honestly interested to learn more. I've been working similar issues in
Asia and Pacific. USAID is not really doing anything out there (I just
relocated back in the US). One of the things I'm working on is Cisco's
efforts to help ISPs in emerging markets in all parts of the world - not
just Asia & Pacific. So an understanding of what ISP/Internet assistance
programs are effective and which are not is helpful.
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