Report from the Global Internet Summit in Yokohama
which oversees domain name and address allocation. Countries like India
unfortunately have zero participation on the boards of many of these
organisations, and need to get their act together or be left out of
critical decisions affecting their Internet space.
While much analysis about the Internet in emerging economies focuses on
B2C space, even greater benefits of the Net may lie for them in B2B
space. Emerging economies have been much slower to catch up in
innovations like third-party marketspaces (such as ChemConnect or
FruitExchange) founded in OECD countries.
An increasingly popular way to keep Internet costs down is by leveraging
open source and free software, such as the Linux kernel and Apache
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