<body> Public Ad Campaign: Just a Quarter of New York’s Wi-Fi Kiosks Are Up. Guess Where.
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Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Just a Quarter of New York’s Wi-Fi Kiosks Are Up. Guess Where.

I am not surprised.

VIA: The NY Times
When New York City announced in 2014 that a private company would replace pay phones with thousands of kiosks offering free Wi-Fi, Mayor Bill de Blasio called it “a critical step toward a more equal, open, and connected city.” More [HERE]

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