Italian lawmakers plan free Wi-Fi to bridge digital gap with Europe

MILAN (Reuters) – Italian lawmakers have put forward a proposal for free Wi-Fi in thousands of public places to bridge a gap with other European countries in broadband penetration, e-government and other digital services that is dragging on the economy. Under the plan, large shops, taxis, airports, law courts and other public places would have to set up an Internet connection and offer no-password wireless access free. “We are really badly placed when it comes to Internet access,” Sergio Boccadutri, a member of the ruling Democratic Party and sponsor of the proposal, said. …

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