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DHagar
DHagar
4/25/2018 6:10:49 PM
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Re: UK Backs 5G
@mpouraryan, well said about how government functions.  That depends on the type of government and whether or not it is a democracy and how the members of that democracy choose their leaders.  Don't forget Hitler was elected!

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DHagar
DHagar
4/25/2018 6:08:59 PM
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Re: UK Backs 5G
@mpouraryan, very true!  I think we have to be careful and appropriately review the role and contribution of government.  With the internet, the advancement, not necessarily just innovation, the government created the networks that became the internet.  This fantastic public infrastructure has contributed in ways private industry could not have achieved.  Just as in aerospace (an industry I have worked in), you can innovate with rockets to improve innovation models, but you cannot successfully send man to the moon and harness all technology and human capital through private markets alone. 

Government serves a unique purpose.  Plus, the US government operates differently than other governments.  So we have to respect and value each roles and the contributions they make.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
4/24/2018 9:13:05 PM
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Re: UK Backs 5G
I continue to see some pessismism @Bayte--I hope as you've continued to deliberate (and this goes for all throughotu the community) that you have somewhat of a more positive and upbeat view--that's what the essence of transformation is and we will all need to continue to do our part!!!



Onward!!!



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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
4/24/2018 9:11:36 PM
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Re: UK Backs 5G
It all depends on how one manages the Government--Government can be a force for positive change if it is harnessed in a righteous way.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
4/24/2018 9:07:00 PM
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Re: UK Backs 5G
I will remind all that it was Government that endowed us with the internet--and some of the very advances we're witness to has been faciltiated by Government--treating Government as the "big bad wolf" may be politically expedient--but not responsible--but government, in the end, is us. 

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DHagar
DHagar
4/23/2018 5:31:48 PM
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Re: UK Backs 5G
@ms.akkineni, true!  Within their responsibilities and roles, however, government needs to restrain itself from institutionalizing the current and controlling the future by the past.  This creates unnecessary bureaucracy and confines us to the limitations of the resources we currently have.

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DHagar
DHagar
4/23/2018 5:29:41 PM
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Re: UK Backs 5G
@ms.akkineni, well said!  Plus we don't want governments to take the risks that private capital has to take for new developments - the public would not find that acceptable.

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DHagar
DHagar
4/23/2018 5:27:29 PM
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Re: UK Backs 5G
@ms.akkineni, thanks!  That is important to truly understanding the correct roles and responsibility of government.  When it fulfills those proper responsibilities, they are an asset; when they get out of line with those, and/or assume roles that are inappropriate, the results are less than positive .

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batye
batye
4/23/2018 3:54:36 PM
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Re: UK Backs 5G
@ms.akkineni  it all depends on the group in my area/Co. it was always high stress/rush rush... but other just take it easy... 

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/23/2018 8:18:03 AM
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Re: UK Backs 5G
@Dhagar: Exactly, any big innovation has to start from private enterprises. Government certainly can encourage and contribute in possible ways. That collaboration is very important in terms of passing right message to public.

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