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Coming up on LISTen #84 there is planned to be a discussion of regulatory limitations. The specific regulatory limitations to be discussed relate to why the wireless functions of the Kindles and the new Sony device are not usable outside the United States. We'll be delving into some arcane history and talking about an intergovernmental organization that predates the United Nations through having been formed in 1885. While this may be more the territory of Hyperlinked History, sometimes such history can help explain tensions today.
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