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The State of the Internet in Bolivia

In Bolivia we have 1.4 million Internet connections. […]

82.5% of Internet connections are concentrated in the ‘axis’ departments (La Paz, Cochabamba and Santa Cruz).

Global Voices contributor Pablo Andrés Rivero worked with blogger and Internet activist Mario Durán Chuquimia [es] on a report regarding the state of the Internet in Bolivia. Pablo shares their findings and audio of a related presentation in his blog [es].

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