Internet Kill Switch.

Roland Perry lists at internetpolicyagency.com
Sat Jun 19 14:10:57 CDT 2010


In article 
<AANLkTimTdz5UO8v8ObC7CXgmNODAHqzjaHQbEtMuwuny at mail.gmail.com>, Matthew 
Petach <mpetach at netflight.com> writes
>After all with a world population of 7 billion, you certainly can't 
>have "Internet [...] for everyone" with only 4 billion IP addresses, 
>unless you put a *lot* of NAT in place.

What's the average household size, especially in developing countries. 
And does "everyone" have access, if their home does?
-- 
Roland Perry




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