Via Scoop.itThe Information Specialist’s Scoop

The federal government is cutting funding for a public internet access program, CBC News has learned. The Community Access Program (CAP or C@P) operates out of libraries and community centres across Canada to provide free or low-cost internet access to the public. “Those that find a way to remain open will offer less technical support and be unable to update equipment.”

Via www.cbc.ca

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