>> Just out of curiosity, what /is/ The Message? Is it `fiber to every home'?
> Something like a universal access requirement, but for fibre, which any
> company can hire off the `infrastructure company'? Might this be a valid
Working on a mail to start formalising the message bit..
>> Is The Message `broadband for everybody in the big cities'? Anyway, it might
> be best to phrase it in a positive way, rather than a negative way.
>> Me, I favour a `Fibre For *Everybody*' approach. This could and (imho) should
> be the goal. Perhaps the government should own the actual fibre in the
They did - the pillocks owned the heart of the Irish internet infrastructure
(the local copper) and then they gave the lot away to what is now a public
> ground, but lease it to any company that wants to pump stuff down it? I
> don't know, but I would suggest that this is just as likely to happen as
> adsl from eircom...
>> Just a thought,
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