WiFi Access in U.S. Public Libraries

To meet growing patron demand for online information and services, public libraries continue to expand free access to the Internet via wireless connections. A vast majority of libraries (75%) reported increased use of their wireless networks in 2010-2011. Nationwide, 86% of public libraries now offer this service.

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