Japan should create one of the world’s most advanced information technology infrastructures in the next five years so that far more than 60 percent of the public will have Internet access by then, a government advisory panel said Monday.

The following is the gist of a draft presented Monday by the IT Strategy Council, an advisory panel to the prime minister, at a joint meeting with the IT Strategy Headquarters, a government task force.

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