So far, the United States has been the only country insane enough to actually use atomic/nuclear weapons offensively (pretty much to kill scores of civilians). How does that give us the right to prevent other countries from doing the same thing? The "civilized" world has no moral high ground to stand on for this issue.
He (and you) *are* naive. Those "countries who really have no business with them" don't give a hoot about what the international community thinks and have demonstrated - consistently - that they are immune from this "pressure" you speak of.
Obama continues to undermine the leadership position of the United States in the world through statements like this and also continues to show how much he just does not "get it".
They've got a website - http://www.alaskaair.com/as/www2/help/faqs/inflight-broadband.asp - answering questions on their inflight wi-fi and their @alaskaair Twitter account - http://twitter.com/alaskaair - provides daily updates what flight #'s will have wifi.
Isn't Facebook itself the huge waste of bandwidth as opposed to just the verbose URLs it generates?
We can found no scientific discipline, nor a healthy profession on the technical mistakes of the Department of Defense and IBM. -- Edsger Dijkstra