Source: Emma Woollacott, TG Daily

With internet censorship sweeping the globe, one group in Afghanistan has the answer – build your own from cheap parts and trash.

With a little outside funding from the US National Science Foundation and help from MIT’s Fab Lab, a group of Jalalabad residents has used off-the-shelf electronics and scrap parts to create a wireless ethernet network that can transmit across several miles. It now covers most of the city.

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