If the following story (from the BBC) is true, it's wonderful.
This morning, freedom fighters storming into Tripoli made sure that the people of the city had Internet access. Besides, having taken over two state-controlled mobile phone companies, they gave every subscriber a credit of 50 Libyan dinars (roughly 30 euros).
People now consider that the possibility of communicating freely and efficiently has become a basic human right.
One day soon, instead of scattering pamphlets from airplanes flying over besieged territories, drones will drop mobile phones.