Author: Katy Salmon, Inter Press Service, Published on: 25 April 2002
African Internet users are being forced by Western companies to pay the full cost of connecting to the World Wide Web, while European and American users pay nothing. This is one of the main hurdles blamed for the slow spread of the Internet in the world's poorest continent.
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