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Zennström and Friis believe they have cracked the code that will rewire the planet, wirelessly.
The time for their Y meeting has arrived, and the two delegates march past the red Ferrari, parked flagrantly outside the door, and into the beach-street hotel.
I don’t believe Skype (which is now owned by Microsoft) is recording your calls. If there’s a Skype-to-Skype connection, it may be encrypted end-to-end, but messages sent to the Skype servers are encrypted only en route, and arrive there unencrypted.
Niklas Zennström and Janus Friis are the geek stars of "disruptive technology." First their file-sharing site, Kazaa, soared from Napster's ashes. But when you're the guys doing the changing, manners still count. Have a quick look around the café, where the dark-goggled figures are staring blanks into the light.
Now the Scandinavian team has plans to rewire the planet—wirelessly—with Skype. It's full sun in Cannes, February, with the sea at dignified ripple and the crêpe dealers yawning flecks of spit into the chocolate.
Refer to the pivotal event as the "Y meeting," and make sure no one is listening in.
Meantime, the boutique streets are floating in color-coded nametags. And when you're sucking wind off the squeaky-kneed 0 billion telephone industry, then old may as well be dead. The figures plotting the shift, in this Cannes café, are slope-shouldered and Scandinavian, one six feet four, the other six-five.