Power in the Age of Telecom
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The increasing penetration of mobile telephony is driving a pervasive revolution in human connectivity, empowering individuals while creating security challenges for states. Governments must consider ways of adapting traditional security concerns to changing infrastructure and technologies. But as mobile phones become tools not only for communication, but also for the delivery of services and transaction of business, they also shift the very foundations of economic power in the globalized world.
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