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Public Internet Access Points Everyone has the Right to Information

Is it right to prohibit someone from accessing information just because the person lives and works outside of a country's major cities, because the person has no skills in using modern information technologies, or simply because the person cannot afford an Internet connection? The Soros Foundation Latvia is convinced that everyone needs information, and everyone has the right to access it in order to learn good ideas, to learn and to achieve things. In order to help people in Latvia's regions to receive Internet connections and to use them skillfully in order to receive and send information and to engage in communications, the Soros Foundation Latvia has launched a project aimed at establishing public Internet access facilities.

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Arnis Sinka, director for Internet Programs, Soros Foundation Latvia

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27.01.2022


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