Community Wi-Fi, paid for by the Government, run by a non-profit

Boston is considering an unusual approach to creating a citywide, low-cost wireless internet network: putting a nonprofit organization, rather than a private service provider, in charge of building and running the system.

Read this article from WIRED

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