Cape Verde: Internet should be free

João Branco [pt] quotes an Universal McCanns global research into the impact of social media that advocates that Internet should be free and reflects the situation in Cape Verde: “This is why I believe that in Cape Verde we still have a long way to go to get a decent Emerging and Developing Economies country index. And move to a radical drop in prices for access the Internet content would be a first (and crucial) step to get there.”

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