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A street seller checks his phone while wearing a mask to protect himself from the spread of the new coronavirus, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Monday, March 23, 2020. At times like these, when the coronavirus pandemic has forced schools to close in over 130 countries , offices to shutter, and people to practice “social distancing,” the internet is providing a lifeline. More than ever, it has become our public square to access critical information and to meet. It enables the rights to education , health, and religion with telemedicine, schools, and even religious worship going online , and may be essential for saving peoples’ livelihoods and key parts of economies. However, this global shift a... Full story

27 March