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Under the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP), a public computer center is a facility open to the public or a specific subset of the public (e.g., children, unemployed, seniors) that provides broadband access to the Internet as well as education, support and training.

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Public computer centers include community colleges, libraries, schools, youth centers, employment service centers, Native American chapter houses, community centers, senior centers, assistive technology centers for people with disabilities, community health centers, and Neighborhood Network Centers in public housing developments that provide broadband access to the general public or a specific vulnerable population, such as low-income, unemployed, aged, children, minorities, and people with disabilities.

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