Increasing internet usage gives more and more power to the people of India and China

Shannon Buckley | 15 January 2012
India may have developed new technology which overcomes the problem of expense and allows hundreds of millions of Indians in remote rural areas to connect to the internet. It may also soon make Indians the biggest single internet user population in the world.
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