Enterprise Mobile Security


WSJ tells it like it is

There’s a great lead article in the Wall Street Journal this morning, explaining how cell phone manufacturers and cellular service providers have opposing interests concerning phone features and how they are delivered.

The article pitches the fight as one over which of these two will end up controlling the data services on the phone. The interests of consumers would be best served by neither of these outcomes. The essence of the Internet is its openness. Nobody controls the services. Ideally, the mobile model of Internet access will follow the wireline model, where neither the device manufacturer nor the Internet access provider exerts any control over the content of the network data packets.

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  1. […] Wall Street Journal has already made the observation that the network operators don’t necessarily have their subscribers best interests at heart. […]

    Pingback by Wirevolution » New York Times tells it like it is — July 5, 2007 @ 12:39 pm

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