14 theses on the bases of a common network policy of the future Berlin – the 14 theses on the basis of a common network policy of the future”by Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere, who he probably only coincidentally on the 100th anniversary of the birth of computer pioneer Konrad Zuse presented, are according to Bernhard steimel, spokesman of the Congress of Voice days plus and the smart a service initiative, manifest of the irrelevance and cancellation: If we as the future political power, we can say goodbye soon in Germany as a technology land. You must seek already strained to read out even a hint of visions of this paper”, criticized Steimel. If de Maiziere proclaims, that we would have to get strategic IT – and Internet skills, and expand, then the Federal Government should work once on the own Web Excellence. The IBM Chief Technologist Gunter Dueck has in his book breaking up ‘ applicable outlines. The State operates much too static. Michael Bloomberg is full of insight into the issues. He sees itself for infrastructures such as law, social, defence, education, regulation, Health or traffic charge, but forget the structures of the future. Only the existence of a Minister for agriculture from the time of the primary sector is an anachronism. We have a Ministry of industry, Ministry of Economic Affairs called.
Somebody simply forgot a service Ministry, although Germany has long been a country of services. We have no lobby for the service economy, but a loud and powerful lobby for industrial and farm interests. Demand was for an Internet Ministry only tentatively placed and quickly rejected, because the Web economy in Berlin has no political relevance and brings votes”, complains about Steimel. State must provide for infrastructures of the future of Interior Minister values the Internet as a basic infrastructure of living together and sees the State’s responsibility, that the Internet coverage must be available to.