German government opens way for widening of free public Internet access

The German government approved plans on Wednesday that mean providers of free Wi-Fi will no longer be liable for crimes committed by users, opening the way for a widening of the public network of free internet across the country. Germany is one of few countries in Europe where such a procedure is needed. It has been cited as a big hurdle for the roll-out of fast network connections in Germany, Europe's biggest economy.

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