Plusieurs talks intéressant dont :
Why and how you should build and run your own Internet Access Provider, or at least try (Julien Rabier aka taziden, free software and Internet lover, Co-founder of a non-profit and local ISP in France, Ilico; also vice-president of FFDN, a federation of non-profit ISPs.)
Building and running an ISP is not that difficult. It's hard to say how many people are connected to the Internet by such weird structures, but we know that they are more and more each day. What is at stake is taking back the control of the Internet infrastructure and showing that a neutral Internet access is natural.