Here are some links about Cyber Cafes and Internet Points in Italy:
CYBER CAFES, INTERNET CAFES AND INTERNET POINTS
- cybercafe.it – In Italian Only
- Cybercafes & Public Internet Access – Source: Angloinfo
- Cybercafes in Italy – Source: Made*In*Italy*On*Line
- Internet Cafes in Italy and other public Intent access points – In English, Italian
- Internet Cafes – Source: World66
- Internet Train – Internet Point Network – In English, Italian, Japanese
- List of Internet Cafes in the most important tourist cities – Source: Italian Stay
- MILAN ITERNET CAFE - INTERNET CAFE MILAN ITALY – Source: MILANCITYTOURIST.COM – "Milan Hotel and Travel Information"
- Venice Internet Cafes – Source: About.com
- Free Internet Providers in Italy – "Get online for free in Italy (local call rates may apply)" – Source: EMAILADDRESSES.COM
- How to Set Up an Account on Jumpy.it for Free Internet Access – Pauline Kenny and Steve Cohen, August 2006 – Source: slow travel italy
- New rules and regulations for Internet Cafes, Internet Points:
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Depending on where you are in Italy, the rate charged to access the Internet from an Internet Point or a Cyber Cafe varies. In my travels in Italy in the last 2 years, I have seen rates as low as 3 Euro per hour and as high a 1 Euro per minute. These rates may be charged even if you are using your own laptop instead of a desktop PC at one of these establishments.
One should be aware that if you use a diskette to either download or upload data from one of the PC's located at an Internet Point or a Cyber Cafe, the desktop may contain a virus, malware or spyware. I would urge you to run an anti-virus scan on any diskette after it had been used at any Internet Point or a Cyber Cafe.
Caveat (warning): Please exercise caution if you use any of these PCs at an Internet Point, a Cyber Cafe or a "free Internet access" location to make reservations or conduct any financial transactions with your credit card. Most of these establishments are reputable but you never know who the last person was who last used the PC you are currently using at an Internet Point, a Cyber Cafe or a "free Internet access" location. There are keyboard logging programs that can capture your credit card information, password(s) and/or record key strokes without your knowledge and can be retrieved later after you have left one of these establishments.
That's it for Friday, 20 October 2006: venerdì, 20 ottobre 2006.
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Today’s quote is an Italian proverb, author unknown.
"La lingua non ha osso ma rompe l'osso."
The tongue has no bone but it breaks bone.
(LAST EDITED/UPDATED: 16 July 2007)