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Public access Internet terminals launched

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Orlando-based e.port Public Information Network has installed public Internet terminals in a Convenient Food Mart store in Cleveland. The store is using the Internet terminals to attract customers by offering free Internet time to kids making straight A's. The access is offered through the use of e-cards, which are limited-access cards allowing kids to view educational and entertainment sites.

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