SPOTLIGHT: Internet Archive bridges broadband divide


Internet Archive, a non-profit agency based in San Francisco, has begun offering high-speed Internet access to people living in a low-income public housing project in the city. After a plan for a municipal WiFi network in San Francisco collapsed, Internet Archive worked with the city government to get access to the city's municipal fiber backbone running near the housing project.

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