Venice, Italy: free broadband access for newborns

This has to be the quirkiest broadband policy ever. Venice, Italy will be giving free Internet access to newborn residents. The city is laying 76 kilometeres of fiber optic cable to deliver high-speed broadband service and installing 600 Wi-Fi hotspots that will provide free Wi-Fi service. And Venice did what every city should be doing: it asked young people where they wanted the hotspots to be located. This is so obvious but for some reason, many cities don’t bother asking.

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