By Alan D. Greenberg
The digital divide is slowly fading away.
For decades, policy makers have worked to mitigate the impact of the digital divide – the idea that access to the Internet and connected devices varies by income, socioeconomics, race, age, and geography.
U.S. federal government grants are getting broadband to more rural schools, and rural electric cooperatives building out Internet networks where traditional telecom providers have neglected users. Combined, the initiatives (along with the simple passage of time) are giving ...Continue Reading →