By Raffique Shah
January 15, 2011
NOBEL Laureate Paul Krugman (Economics, 2008) referred to it as the “Climate of Hate”. In his New York Times column last week, he pointed to “incitement” coming from politicians and media commentators on the far right in America that factored in the murderous carnage in Arizona. Democrat Representative Gabrielle Giffords and Judge John Roll were victims of a wild shooting spree by a mentally disturbed 22-year-old man, which claimed five lives.
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Tuesday, January 27 2009
TSTT has advised that it is currently experiencing fluctuations in the throughput of Internet traffic from one of its overseas third party suppliers.
In a statement yesterday, TSTT said it was closely monitoring traffic levels and was actively re-routing traffic as needed. However, some customers, TSTT said, may experience intermittent delays when downloading or uploading data.
TSTT said it will continue to monitor the situation to ensure systems are returned to normal operating levels within the shortest possible time frame and will advise customers as soon as more information is available.
TSTT’s dial-up and high-speed internet service was down for several hours yesterday, October 01, 2007, into late last night. We are unable to ascertain if this disruption was island wide.
We called TSTT’s internet customer service number and the prerecorded message repeatedly said they were attending to other customers while we waited for over an hour and a half. We eventually hung up.
TSTT’s automated telephone response seems to be just a put-off under the guise of service.
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