Costa Rica: “Wi-Fi as a Basic Right”

J.D. Clarke, citing San Francisco mayor, Gavin Newsom, says free access to internet should be a basic right for all citizens [ES]. Some commenters say that, in Costa Rica, procuring basic needs should come before technology, but JD responds, “I understand your argument, but you could say the same thing about even education: why have public universities if basic needs aren't being met?”

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