Now it’s hard for us to believe that recently parents let their children go out all day without a mobile phone, and tourists fearlessly went on a wild trip without a GPS receiver. Over the past decade, a real revolution has taken place in the world: telecommunications from an emergency tool have actually become part of our lifestyle.
In 2011, the UN included free Internet access in its list of basic human needs. What a seemingly unnecessary luxury! In a world where tens of millions of people die of hunger every year, they dare to declare the urgent need of some kind of Internet! Alas, not so simple. Man does not live by bread alone – communications alone can change our lives. Continue reading