Net deficit

July 23, 1999

Censorship, access restrictions and high prices are stunting the growth of the internet in the Middle East and North Africa. But its value as an education and information tool will ensure its eventual ubiquity, according to Human Rights Watch, a monitoring organisation based in New York. Full report available at

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