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a cafe whose customers sit at computer terminals and log on to the internet while they eat and drink

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Once you finish downloading and printing your documents in cybercafes, order the computer attendants to delete all of them so they are not copied by criminals.
The cybercafe operator informed me to give it time.
This amounts to one cybercafe for every 65,000 people.
Les cybercafes etaient le lieu de predilection de plus d'un marocain.
Cette reticence des plus ages a se laisser former par les jeunes doit etre interpretee a la lumiere de l'organisation sociale du cybercafe et du cyberespace.
At a cybercafe that is connected to Sify mylife, the consumer will be able to: get a range of digital lifestyle offerings from one window, including ticket bookings, mobile recharge, online tests, bill payments, ISD calls or gaming; pay cash for online transactions; and work in a secure online environment, the company said.
Since there is erratic power supply, the cybercafe owners have to get generators to supply the power when there is electricity outage.
Ideacts has presence in 58 cities and their major USP has been the ability to put a structure to the defragmented cybercafe industry in India.
most girls are unwilling to enter a cybercafe unless accompanied by a male friend.
Any cybercafe which will allow children under 18 will face severe penalty starting from seizure of computers and play stations used by children at the cafes to the closure of the cafe," he said.
Staffed by specialist police officers, Ceop is launching a new Cybercafe website next week to help youngsters learn how to have fun online safely.
I WANT to congratulate everyone involved in the Nettica cybercafe project in Coventry for winning an award at the "Actions Speak Louder.
Engineers in the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SSC) Charleston European Office jumped at the chance to give Soldiers a little normalcy by way of access to a mobile cybercafe to maintain vital communication links with family and friends and the Stars and Stripes e-newspaper.
Primary school youngsters would be able to surf their way into the 21st century if plans for a cybercafe take shape.