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Kim Dotcom is the first, among many I believe, to try to resurrect the case for Pacific Fibre. This has created a bit of a media kerfuffle, and so let’s get some background and questions for Kim and any other potential new players to answer.
GUEST OPINION: If nothing else, Kim Dotcom’s tweet about reviving Pacific Fibre has reignited debated about whether we need a competitive international cable market for New Zealand. The short answer is yes.
Dotcom's "plan" is nothing more than buffoonery - but it has put an new cable back on the agenda at at time when Rod Drury has formally begun a push for a public-private cable. UPDATED with comments from Rod Drury.