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  1. 1. www.ispab.org Internet Service Providers Association of Bangladesh Internet Awareness for Journalist - 2013 Presented by Emdadul Hoque Secretary General, ISPAB
  2. 2. ISPAB GOAL AND OBJECTIVES Our Primary goal is- “ICT development in Bangladesh”. To do so, we want to provide Internet to customers and ICT partners all over the Bangladesh at minimal price and to bring relevant services closer to communities in which citizens reside. • Creating value of ISPAB and increase the number of ISPAB members. • Formulating a win-win arrangement with our channel partners IIGs, NTTNs, ITCs, BSCCL, BTCL, Cable Operators, Telcos and other partners. • Arranging training, awareness programs, exhibition & conference visits for ISPAB members, partially funded by Government and Development agencies • Promoting and legalizing of infrastructure sharing in order to reduce the operating cost of ISPs • Bringing down the VAT, Tax and other duties on internet service and network products. Goal: Objectives:
  3. 3. The Technologies TOTAL – 240 CORE ASIA-107 CORE-MAINLY CHINA AND INDIA-BANGLADAESH 3% OF ASIA
  4. 4. The Technologies Category Subscribers (Thousands) Remarks Mobile Internet 31330.766 3.13 Crore ISP + PSTN 1221.12 12.21 Lac WiMAX 491.238 4.921 Lac Total 33043.124 3.13 Crore Internet Subscribers in Bangladesh The total number of Internet Subscribers has reached 33043.124 thousand at the end of April 2013. Asia Bangladesh % 1076681 33043 3.1 %
  5. 5. Bangladesh Internet Price – Dedicated Broadband Line Source: www.btrc.gov.bd Year Price (BDT) 180,000 72,000 35,000 27,000 18,000 12,000 8,000 Tk 3220 (June ‘14) 0 20,000 40,000 60,000 80,000 100,000 120,000 140,000 160,000 180,000 200,000 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Internet Price Trend/1 Mbps
  6. 6. Regional Internet Price – Leased Line 2013 1,610 3,166 4,800 11,000 11,150 16,000 - 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 14,000 16,000 18,000 Sri Lanka India Bangladesh Nepal Bhutan Pakistan Leased Internet Line Price in BDT (1Mbps/Month) Source http://www.trc.gov.lk/tariffs.html http://broadband.sify.com/business.php http://www.btrc.gov.bd http://www.netmax.com.np/article-services http://www.bt.bt/?page_id=60 http://www.ispak.pk/ http://www.cam.gov.mv/dhr_dia.htm
  7. 7. Internet Price – Mobile vs leased Line Comparison Airtel Bangladesh Airtel India Airtel Srilanka 300 165 180 275 120 300 394 275 96 Bangladesh (1GB) India (1GB) Srilanka (1GB) Pakistan (1GB) Mobile Internet Price in BDT Airtel Orascom Telenor Axiata 1,610 3,166 5,400 16,000 Sri Lanka India Bangladesh Pakistan Leased Internet Line Price in BDT (1Mbps/Month)
  8. 8. International Connectivity SEAMEWE4 Bandwidth Capacity  Total Capacity – 200 Gbps  Existing Usage – 39 Gbps BW Import through ITCs from India  Total Capacity – 50 Gbps  Existing Usage – 15 Gbps “28% of total current Capacity going through India at 40% growth/annum” Issues - Routing through India  Political uncertainty  Significantly higher price  Growing dependency
  9. 9. Foreign Bandwidth Eats into local market Airtel Bangladesh Airtel India Airtel Srilanka
  10. 10. Cost Components of Internet Delivery Cost of 1 Mbps Bandwidth Capacity Delivery (within Dhaka only) 1. Bangladesh Half Circuit (BSCCL) – 22% 2. Foreign IP port – 14% 3. Bangladesh Backhaul – 10% 4. NTTN Service Charge – 28% 5. IIG – 19% 6. BTRC Share – 7% Singapore/Malaysia/India Public IP Port + Backhaul + Half circuit = BDT 40 lacs/month Bangladesh Public IP Port + Backhaul + Half Circuit = BDT 1 crore/month
  11. 11. End User Price – Cost Components 1. Bandwidth Cost 2. Operational Cost  Hardware  Software  Backup Power (Gas/Fuel based generators)  Human Resource  Multiple POPs (rent + utilities) – minimum 20 POPs to cover Dhaka only  NTTN Cost  Overhead Cabling (NTTN blank spots)  Radio (Fiber Optic blank zones)
  12. 12. SL Product Name HS Code C D R D S O VAT AI T ATV TTI 1 Modem; Ethernet interface card; computer network switch, hub and router 85176230 3 0 0 15 0 3 22.16 2 Optical Fibres, Optical Fibre Bundles And Cables (Excl. Those Of 84.55) 90011000 12 0 0 15 5 3 37.83 3 Winding Wire Of Copper 85441100 25 5 0 15 5 3 59.18 4 Co-Axial Cable And Other Co-Axial Electric Conductors 85442000 25 5 20 15 5 3 90.02 5 UPS/IPS (Capacity upto 2000 VA) 85044020 5 0 0 15 5 3 29.53 Major Internet Hardware import Duty
  13. 13. Nation Wide Telecommunication Network (NTTN) Issues  Lack of Nationwide Capacity Coverage  Insufficient QoS  Lack of competition – leading to high price  Capacity is not allowed by 1 operator  Operators – Two (2)  Since Jan’ 2009  Current Coverage – Mostly Dhaka (only)
  14. 14. Impact & Solutions Airtel Bangladesh Airtel India Airtel Srilanka High Local Half Circuit Cost Impacts:  High cost of internet to end user  Business risk due to sourcing of capacity from foreign country  Local providers are pushing circuits towards other country (s)  Payment through foreign currency Solutions  Reduce local half circuit cost significantly – increased capacity consumption will increase BSCCL revenue  Zero tax/Tax holiday on import of related hardware/goods  NTTN operators should provide capacity and increase coverage NTTN Operations Impacts:  Lack of competition, capacity & coverage leading to high cost of service to end user  Existing unutilized NTTN resources lead to increase in per capacity cost to service providers
  15. 15. The Technologies - 2013 1. Internet Browser 2. Search Engines 3. E-mail 4. Social Network
  16. 16. The Technologies -2013 http://internet-browser- review.toptenreviews.com/ 01. Internet Browser Software Review
  17. 17. The Technologies 02. Search Engines of 2013 Most people don't want 290 search engines, especially people who are internet beginners. Most users want a single search engine that delivers three key features: 01. Relevant results (results you are actually interested in) 02. Uncluttered, easy to read interface 03. Helpful options to broaden or tighten a search With this criteria, 5 Reader Favorite Search Engines come to mind. These 5 search sites should meet 98% of the searching needs of a regular everyday user.
  18. 18. The Technologies Search Engines of 2013 Google is the undisputed king of 'spartan searching'. Google is fast, relevant, and the largest single catalogue of Web pages available today. Make sure you try the Google 'images', 'maps' and 'news' features... they are outstanding services for locating photos, geographic directions, and news headlines.
  19. 19. The Technologies Search Engines of 2013 Yahoo! is several things: it is a search engine, a news aggregator, a shopping center, an emailbox, a travel directory, a horoscope and games center, and more. This 'web portal' breadth of choice makes this a very helpful site for Internet beginners. Searching the Web should also be about discovery and exploration, and Yahoo! delivers that in wholesale quantities.
  20. 20. The Technologies Web Tools of 2013 Bing is Microsoft's attempt at unseating Google. Bing used to be MSN search until it was updated in summer of 2009. Touted as a 'decision engine', Bing tries to support your researching by offering suggestions in the leftmost column, while also giving you various search options across the top of the screen. Things like 'wiki' suggestions, 'visual search', and 'related searches' might be very useful to you. Bing is not dethroning Google in the near future, no. But Bing is definitely worth trying. Bing
  21. 21. The Technologies Search Engines of 2013 The Ask/AJ/Ask Jeeves search engine is a longtime name in the World Wide Web. The super-clean interface rivals the other major search engines, and the search options are as good as Google or Bing or DuckDuckGo. The results groupings are what really make Ask.com stand out. The presentation is arguably cleaner and easier to read than Google or Yahoo! or Bing, and the results groups seem to be more relevant. Decide for yourself if you agree... give Ask.com a whirl, and compare it to the other search engines you like. Ask (aka 'Ask Jeeves')
  22. 22. The Technologies -2014 02. Search Engines http://www.ebizmba.com/articles/search-engines
  23. 23. The Technologies -2014 03. E-mail
  24. 24. The Technologies -2014 03. E-mail http://free-email-services-review.toptenreviews.com/ 01. Gmail 02. Outlook.com 03. Yahoo! 04. GMX 05. Mail.com 06. AOL 07. Zoho 08. Inbox 09. Lycos Mail 10. Hushmail
  25. 25. The Technologies -2014 04. Social Network http://social-networking-websites-review.toptenreviews.com/
  26. 26. The Technologies -2013 03. Social Network
  27. 27. The Technologies - 2013 1. Image 2. Music 3. Videos 4. Health 5. Shopping 6. Health 7. Local 8. Cooking 9. Finance 10. Jobs Information
  28. 28. The Technologies
  29. 29. The Read-Only Web The Read/Write Web Blogs Web The Technologies - 2014
  30. 30. The Read-Only Web • Powerful resource for educators and students, but… • Information moves from publishers to consumers • Information cannot be edited • One-Way Web (Web 1.0) • The hyperlinks between webpages began with the release of the world wide web(www) to the public in 1993.
  31. 31. Read only Web - Wikipedia • Online encyclopedia • Collaboratively authored and edited • Over 1 millions users worldwide • Over 1 million articles in English • Great resource, but.. • Use with caution www.wikipedia.org
  32. 32. The Read/Write Web • It is now as easy to create as it is to consume. • Anyone can publish, share, and change information • Two-Way Web (Web 2.0) • This is changing our world! • Web 2.0 include social networking sites, blogs, wikis, video sharing sites, hosted services, web applications.
  33. 33. Blogs • Web + Log = weblog or “we blog” • Easily created • Easily updated • If you can email, you can blog. • Blogs allow visitors to comment. Bangla Blogs Most Popular English Blogs
  34. 34. Podcasts • Podcasts are blogs with audio or video. • Podcasts are like Internet radio shows or TV shows. • Podcasts are consumed on demand. www.podomatic.com
  35. 35. Wikis • Websites anyone can edit! • If you can use a word processor, you can use a wiki. • Visitors can see a history of changes and revert to earlier versions. http://www.wikispaces.com/
  36. 36. Other Services FURL.net - Annotate, save, and share bookmarks online! Flickr.com - Upload, tag, and share images online! Thinkfree - Create and share office documents online! www.youtube.com
  37. 37. Educational Uses • Recruiting & Admissions • 21st Century Literacy & Safety • Educator Networks www.isight-ed.com
  38. 38. IM, Chat, and Text • eMail is for adults • Instant Messages (IM) • Chat Rooms • Text Messages (Texting) • Comments www.aim.com
  39. 39. Inquiry • Students discover, explore, and contribute • Authentic problems • Individualized • Empowering
  40. 40. Reflection • Students read, think, and compose • Writing is learning • So is creating and editing other media • Metacognition • Reflective Practice • And Feedback!
  41. 41. Information Literacy • Relevance? • Source? • Agenda or bias? • Fact Checking • Trusted Sources www.big6.com
  42. 42. Inappropriate Content • Offensive, sexual, or violent content • Due Diligence • Increasingly difficult to filter • Appropriate responses to the inevitable
  43. 43. Inappropriate Sharing • Students may post: – Inappropriately – Unsafely – Irresponsibly – Provocatively – Illicit or illegal behavior • Students will post outside of school!
  44. 44. Threats and Cyber-bullying • Students may post threats • Threats that impact attendance or academics are a school concern • Credible threats may be a criminal matter www.cyberbully.org
  45. 45. Free Speech Concerns • Students do have 1st Amendment Rights • Parody is protected • We cannot control students, we can educate them
  46. 46. A New Perspective • Citizen Journalism • Citizen Police Work • Threats, suicides, and risky behavior are often reported • Sting operations catch criminals • “My space is safer for teens than predators.”
  47. 47. Keeping Students Safe • Responsibility, Appropriateness, and Common Sense • Planning • Discussions • Teachable Moments • A letter home & permission slips
  48. 48. Guidelines for Students • Do not reveal personal information • Do not post provocative pictures • Consider the consequences • Consider the future
  49. 49. Code of Ethics • Seek Truth and Express It • Minimize Harm • Be Accountable • Respect Information and its Infrastructure
  50. 50. Establishing a Defense • A Chain of Command • An Organizational Policy on Blogs etc. • Transparency • Exploit the New Medium
  51. 51. Staying Safe OnlineI. Social NetworkingII. CyberbullyingIII. Solutions and StrategiesIII. Raising Responsible Digital Citizens Internet Safety
  52. 52. STAYING SAFE ONLINE Guard Your Information • Address • Phone number • School • City • Sports teams • Parent’s workplace • Passwords
  53. 53. STAYING SAFE ONLINE Limit Time Online • Unplug and play • Take time for family • Face-to-face time with friends • No substitute for real exercise and sports
  54. 54. STAYING SAFE ONLINE Friend or Foe? • Seeing is not believing • Never schedule offline meeting with “online only” friends • Tell your parents if anyone tries to meet with you offline 15-year-old girl on Facebook
  55. 55. STAYING SAFE ONLINE Communicate • Don’t bottle it up • Ok to ask questions • Stay away from “adults only” sections of the Internet • Tell your parents about anything that makes you feel uncomfortable
  56. 56. STAYING SAFE ONLINE Webcam Safety • Never do random chat • Only chat with family and friends • Never do anything on a webcam you wouldn’t want up on this screen • Think before uploading video responses
  57. 57. STAYING SAFE ONLINE Time and a Place • Carefully consider whether to use geolocation on social networks/games • Never check in at school, church, or any place you visit regularly • Check privacy settings • Ask parents for permission before using any geolocation
  58. 58. STAYING SAFE ONLINE Be “Scam Smart” • Don’t open strange emails • Beware “free” downloads • Don’t use P2P • Don’t be a pirate
  59. 59. STAYING SAFE ONLINE Keep It in the Family • Don’t share family photos without permission • Ask before uploading
  60. 60. STAYING SAFE ONLINE Privacy? On the Web? • All media is permanent • All information is available • If you don’t want people to know about it, don’t do it, and especially don’t do it online
  61. 61. STAYING SAFE ONLINE Sign the Gameplan • Work as a team • Talk with your parents • Be a tech-teacher • Accept help (from parents, teachers, and law enforcement)
  62. 62. CONTENTS Staying Safe OnlineI. Social NetworkingII. CyberbullyingIII. Solutions and StrategiesIII.
  63. 63. SOCIAL NETWORKING Choose Your Friends • Only friend people you know well • Don’t get into contest for who has the most friends • Keep your group of friends small and get more out of Facebook
  64. 64. SOCIAL NETWORKING Protect Your Info • Don’t post phone # • Don’t post address • Avoid status updates with time and place references • Don’t use Places • Set all privacy settings to “Friends Only”
  65. 65. SOCIAL NETWORKING A picture is worth… • Ask permission to post photos of friends • You can untag yourself • Avoid photos that reveal locations like home and school • Report harmful photos
  66. 66. SOCIAL NETWORKING What’s Wrong With This Update? Bethany is such a loser. She asked in class whether Hitler was around before or after the Last Supper…lol
  67. 67. SOCIAL NETWORKING What’s Wrong With This Update? Woohoo! Going to Orlando for a whole week! Be back next Sunday! C-ya!!!
  68. 68. SOCIAL NETWORKING What’s Wrong With This Update? Just got a new iPhone and want to test my ring. Someone call 555-3425!
  69. 69. SOCIAL NETWORKING What’s Wrong With This Update? Hey man, let’s get together after school at my house. 1238 Shadesview Terrace, ATL 45362
  70. 70. CONTENTS Staying Safe OnlineI. Social NetworkingII. CyberbullyingIII. Solutions and StrategiesIV.
  71. 71. CYBERBULLYING What Is It? • Bullying through electronic means • Text, Facebook, YouTube common mediums • Against school rules and against the law
  72. 72. CYBERBULLYING? • Ubiquitous Phones, computers • Public Visible to anyone • Constant School, play, home • Viral Social mediums
  73. 73. CYBERBULLYING Response • Don’t react: responding to the bully only makes it worse • Report the bullying to parents, teachers, and site admin • Don’t participate • Encourage others to stand up
  74. 74. CONTENTS Staying Safe OnlineI. Social NetworkingII. CyberbullyingIII. Solutions and StrategiesIV.
  75. 75. STRATEGY Be a Parent • Decide when your kids are ready • Stress respect of others • Consider maturity of peers and child • Set clear rules • Set clear consequences
  76. 76. STRATEGY Cyberbullying • Take the problem seriously • Assure your child you will make it stop • Don’t react to the bully • Record and report
  77. 77. SOLUTIONS Use of Internet 01. The Three Security Basics of Home Computing a. Install and maintain anti-virus software. b. Do not open unknown or suspicious email. c. Keep your computer patched against known vulnerabilities. 02. Securing Windows a. Password Protect The Guest Account b. Enable The Internet Connection Firewall (ICF) c. Use Private Folders To Protect Data d. Use Limited Accounts For Everyday Use e. Upgrade to Windows
  78. 78. SOLUTIONS Use of Internet 03. Creating Secure Passwords a. Do not use personal information. b. Do not use real word. c. Mix different character types. d. Use a passphrase. e. Use a password management tools 04. Internet Setting a. Internet Security Suites Software b. Internet Filter Software c. Privacy Setting - Through browser Internet Explorer or Fire Fox
  79. 79. Q & A Syed Mohammed Tariqul Islam Joint Secretary General, ISPAB
  80. 80. “The Future of Bangladesh is Exciting!"

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