November 8, 2001
Brazil to provide free Web access
Author: JT Smith
Reuters (via CNET): "Brazil plans to set up 4,000 Internet kiosks in the country's post offices next year that will offer 10 minutes of free Web access to Brazilians looking to check their taxes or e-mail their congressman. The stalls will be set up in cities of more than 10,000 residents in Brazil, Latin America's largest Internet market, with about 10 million of its 170 million people regularly surfing the Net."