Cultural Harmony Between Satellite Internet and Private Community Mesh Wi-Fi Network: A Conceptual Paper

  • Mohammad Oryza Ananda
  • Mior Harris Mior Harun
  • Peck Leong Tan


The wireless internet is undeniably crucial for nations, particularly in developing countries, serving as a critical component in connecting people residing in remote and inaccessible areas. This is especially true for archipelago nations where traditional landline internet infrastructure may not be economically viable. In developing countries, the internet plays a vital role in propelling advancements in education, productions, and services. Unlike developed nations where technology often overshadows religion, developing countries tend to approach technological progress cautiously, prioritizing the preservation of their religious beliefs. Despite the increasing availability of satellite internet providing vast and unrestricted access, governmental authorities and religious leaders in developing countries remain cautious about potential negative influences on religion. Therefore, establishing a cultural harmony framework that promotes good will is essential for stakeholders to find common ground for the benefit of the people and the nation.  



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How to Cite
ANANDA, Mohammad Oryza; MIOR HARUN, Mior Harris; LEONG TAN, Peck. Cultural Harmony Between Satellite Internet and Private Community Mesh Wi-Fi Network: A Conceptual Paper. International Journal of Business and Technology Management, [S.l.], v. 6, n. 2, p. 34-36, june 2024. ISSN 2682-7646. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 22 july 2024.
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