53 Federal Communications Law Journal 315 (2001)
The International Telecommunication Union, a United Nations organization, has led the charge in developing a truly global economy through its efforts to develop the Global Information Infrastructure (“GII”). The GII would result in universal access to telecommunications and information technology and basic communications services. This Note explains the roles of the agencies involved in the development of the GII and the forces driving its development. It also discusses regulatory issues affecting the implementation and feasibility of the GII. Ultimately, this Note sketches the optimal environment for the evolution of the GII.
Yarbrough, Tanya L.
"Connecting the World: The Development of the Global Information Infrastructure,"
Federal Communications Law Journal: Vol. 53
, Article 5.
Available at: http://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/fclj/vol53/iss2/5