Category Archives: government

Regression, Repression, Renaissance

2015 : Annus Horribilis. Since fifteen years, the world has entered into regression. We are in a state of war which does not name itself. This war is not against ISIS, nor against terrorism; it is a war launched by populism against humanism.  

How to build democracy 2.0

We have on one hand an old world, based on the values ​​of the past, and which refuses to move-on. And on another hand a dynamic new world, enterprising, but badly abused by the former. In politics, the old world is called representative democracy. Everyone knows its major flaw: what people need to say to… Read More »

The impact of future Government services on network neutrality

I have had a very interesting discussion with Trevor Barr, professor at Swinburne University of Technology. Trevor in an expert in Telecommunication, and is often consulted by the Australian Government, with a recent focus on the National Broadband Network (NBN) initiative. Trevor is developing an idea which I find very interesting, and innovative. He says… Read More »

Australia adopting gov2.0

Australia is a very interesting country, when it is about the Internet. On the bad side, there are forces wishing to filter the content in a strong manner; there is no flat fee illimited Internet access. On the good side, they are quite ahead in terms of virtual worlds, and, above all, they are quite… Read More »