World Wide Web (WWW) & Develooping Nations Research Paper by The Research Group

World Wide Web (WWW) & Develooping Nations
Discusses telecommunications infrastructure and legal problems; economic factors, barriers, technological & global implications. 1 Table.
# 10916 | 4,050 words | 20 sources | 2001 | US
Published on May 16, 2003 in Business (International) , Computer and Technology (Internet)

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"At the same time the world's wealthiest nations race to grab their share of the almost trillion dollar (projected in 2002) Internet Electronic Commerce market, a handful of developing nations are just getting started, while at the same time struggling to coping with stringent local regulations. Even though the Internet already connects some 150 million to 200 million computer users worldwide, a great investment will be required to "wire" the other countries that want to join the World Wide Web.

This paper will discuss some of the immediate problems facing developing nations, and conclude with some of the major legal problems that are beginning to emerge."

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