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Peru's congress has approved a bill declaring internet access a fundamental right, according to local media outlet RPP.
The proposal declares unrestricted and free access to internet services a fundamental right for all.
Additionally, the legislation establishes a public need and preferential national interest for wide coverage of broadband services.
Transportation and communications committee president Yaneth Cajahuanca said the law will enable the country to increase the coverage of high-capacity telecoms networks.