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Bridging Brazil's Digital Divide
Posted by: Justina Spencer
There are an estimated 45m PCs in Brazil, making it the world's fifth biggest market for computers. The more striking number, however, is the fraction of the population that does not have access to technology. "Last year's figures showed that 59% of Brazilians have never accessed the internet or used a computer," said Rodrigo Assumpcao, head of a committee that advises President Lula's government on what they call 'digital inclusion'.
Source: BBC News (UK) | Published: October 2nd, 2008

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