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The Western Cape government and Microsoft this weekend opened the e-Googlethu Cape Access Centre, in Gugulethu, a township within Cape Town. The centre will supply the community with free access to 30 computers and the Internet.
Now IANAL, so forgive me for thinking that this is just trolling for a fight with Google. Fair enough, the name "e-Googlethu" is a neat enough pun on the name of the township, and I could possibly understand if the centre was a purely government project named by an ignorant bureaucrat, but with Microsoft's involvement, I have to wonder how Google's name got slipped into the mix. What do you suppose Microsoft is intending to achieve with this?
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