This seems a little oppressive…
An antiterror law makes Internet cafe managers check their clients’ IDs and track the websites they visit.
…Maurizio Savoni says he’s closing his Internet cafe because he doesn’t want to be a “cop” anymore.
…Savoni had to obtain a new public communications business license, and purchase tracking software that costs up to $1,600.
The software saves a list of all sites visited by clients, and Internet cafe operators must periodically turn this list into their local police headquarters.