"Reports from inside the country say curious citizens are
keeping Internet cafes filled to capacity, that eager students are
returning to universities to learn how to program and that high-end
computer workstations can be bought for as little as $150 in city
"But even with all the growth, there is still one aspect of
technology that has yet to penetrate the country's borders:
open-source software. With software piracy so rampant that a CD
copy of almost any program can be bought for just 2,000 dinars, or
$1, the demand for free software just isn't there yet, according to
Ashraf Tariq and Hasanen Nawfal..."
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