In conclusion, it could be asserted that the prevailing limitation on growth and a non-linear development path brings about serious economical as well as cultural consequences. Present trends of growth based on ICT indicate the divide in economic benefit of development as opposed to technical access issues as the latter belongs to the same territory that has now become the domain of manufacturers of the technology. And in the context of this rapidly changing and technologically transient global ICT industry, legislations and regulations on the basis of a common consensus is the only option left.
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