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The official (I forgot his name, sorry) thinks that certain cybercafes are actually cybersex peddlers in cyberdisguise.
At public cybercafes, which is where China's working poor have access to the Internet, customers must hand over state-issued identification before getting on a computer.
If GGF wasn't already established as a chain of "cybercafes" then I'd think it was simply a government plot to kill off TPB.
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The students at Espoir des sourds have been reported to have been making the most of what the internet has to offer by connecting with other deaf-mutes and deaf-mute organisations and support groups throughout the world via the local cybercafes in Kisangani.
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He references Ronaldo Lemos's story about LAN houses, 90,000 mostly illegal cybercafes, housing musicians who distribute using Orkut - a market that's entirely outside of existing market mechanisms, payloa systems for music.
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Iran is mounting a new clampdown on the Internet, including rules that impose surveillance in cybercafes.
The new rules on cybercafes, issued by the Cyber Police and published Wednesday in several Iranian newspapers, require customers at the cafes to provide their name, father's name, address, telephone and national identification numbers before logging on.
Adopters of this program used the subsidy to buy computers to build gaming labs and cybercafes - LAN-houses. 49% of people in 2007 in Brazil were accessing the internet through one or more of 90,000 LAN houses.
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Until now, Iran's cybercafes have been a youth-culture mainstay of most towns and neighborhoods, used not only by activists but also by other Iranians who believe the security of their home computers is already compromised.
In March, police in Salt Lake City and Ogden, Utah, raided cybercafes suspected of online gambling.
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