Feb 3, 2016 | New Scientist
Tech giants are racing to extend internet access to large parts of the developing world. But will people get the digital experience they expect? A new project -- "Cuba Intercambio" by Georgia Tech's Michaelanne Dye, Annie Anton and Amy Bruckman from the School of Interactive Computing -- is helping Cubans freely access information until acces and broadband becomes more widely available.
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