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Splinter-net? Is the internet fracturing along geopolitical lines?

“There is a larger and disturbing trend where governments directly interfere with the internet, attempting to score short-term political points, without regard for the long-term damage,” Konstantinos Komaitis, of the Internet Society, told Euronews. READ MORE : Subscribe to our channel: Watch our LIVE here: Subscribe to our thematic channels: …

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How Covid-19 is accelarating business digitalisation in Angola

In this episode of Business Angola, Euronews discovers how Covid-19 is accelarating business digitalisation in Angola. READ MORE : Subscribe to our channel: Watch our LIVE here: Subscribe to our thematic channels: NoComment: Euronews Living: Knowledge: Euronews is available on YouTube in 12 languages: #BusinessAngola

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Afghan children back to school after five months at home

Schools across Afghanistan have reopened after being closed for five months due to the coronavirus pandemic. And in a country working to improve literacy, there is much to do. Public sector schools have allowed only their older students for now, as they balance a need for education versus public health. …

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Why Many Rural Americans Still Don’t Have Reliable Internet | WSJ

As many schools around the country start the year virtually, residents in rural communities like those in West Virginia are asking why they don’t have reliable Internet service. The recent bankruptcy of Frontier Communications provides insight into how U.S. broadband policies have fallen short for many Americans. Photo Illustration: Carlos …

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India's digital divide magnified in coronavirus pandemic

For the millions of poor children in India, e-learning is a privilege they cannot afford, meaning some are taught in huts. Schools have been shut since March and all teaching is being conducted online as the country remains the fourth worst in terms of global cases. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube …

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