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Census Bureau Launches 2010census.gov in Spanish

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With an innovative, unique and digitally rich experience, the U.S.Census Bureau launched its 2010 Census Spanish language Web site, www.2010census.gov/espanol. The site’s goal is to inform the more than 34 million Spanish-speaking people about the 2010 Census and to demonstrate to the Hispanic community that participation is easy, important and safe. The new Web site is an interactive experience, allowing users to preview the 10 questions on the 2010 Census form in Spanish via an interactive application. The site reinforces the message that answers provided in the 2010 Census are strictly confidential and protected by law. (More) (Web site)

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Very interesting

I find this new evolution of software to be interesting to say the least. The only factor that I could see that would be a problem is that only about 30% of the Hispanic population in the U.S. have an internet connection in their home.