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Digital Divide

The number of Latin Americans with access to the Internet will increase by 20 percent over the next twelve months, according to the Latin American and Caribbean Internet Address Registry (LACNIC).

Wider access to computers in schools is no magic bullet.

In Brazil, one name is synonymous with the digital culture movement: singer and songwriter Gilberto Gil.

Brazil is trying to catch up on IT on its own terms.
Ensuring that students have access to computers and the skills to use them will make Uruguay the most wired country in the world.
In today's technology-driven economy, bridging the digital divide is essential for countries to break out of the periphery."

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