Continuing the series of stories from Costa Rica, the Costa Rican govenrment has started to implement a series of measures to reduce the digital divide between the information haves and have-nots.

Starting in February, the government will be offering computer and internet connections at affordable prices. For as little as ¢12,000 CRC per month (about £12 GBP, or $24 USD), users will lbe able to lease the computer and the internet connection. For ease of use, the payment will be added to the phone bill.

This is an excellent proposal, and I hope that it will prompt many of my fellow countrymen to join cyberspace.


3 Comments

jia · December 17, 2006 at 7:27 am

Where is the "WCT 10 years" papers? Looking forward to reading them….

Andres Guadamuz · December 18, 2006 at 8:02 am

Hello Jia,The papers are not online, but you can hear the presentations <a hfref="http://law.case.edu/centers/lta/webcast.asp?dt=20061110">here.

Jia · December 19, 2006 at 1:29 pm

Sorry but it seems the link doesn't work. Can you check it? Thank you!

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