Débora de Castro Leal, Elaine Correa Teles
To expand Internet connectivity to communities on the periphery of the world system  has been a goal for parts of the HCI community for decades now, as well as for activists and big tech. Efforts include physical centers, where people have access to computers, the Internet, and personal support; grassroots initiatives to build community networks ; and Facebook's infamous and rightly criticized  attempts to offer free access to a limited number of webpages. Insights Despite such efforts, many rural communities in the Global South still have little to no Internet access, even as the urgency for…
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