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10/7/2013 | 10:58:55 AM
Security and consolidation
A couple of thoughts on today's news:


1) All networks are being hacked by national agencies and external parties. That's got to be a given now, right? If a network operator isn't fighting against unwelcome intrusions then it clearly needs to questions its raison d'etre


2) Telecom Italia looks vulnerable - Europe's Tier 1s need to get their heads together and figure out a mutual route forward or they might just drag each other down.


3) Bonus thought -- 'Swipes Mastercard'.... what a way to start the week!

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