Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Broadband Deployment and the Digital Divide: A Primer

Lost in this debate, moreover, is the fact that access to the information superhighway does not require broadband. While broadband is superior, it is not necessary for access.

The first question, then, is whether low-income, rural, and other households are gaining access to the Internet at all. The second question is whether those households--and for that matter, all Americans--are gaining broadband Internet access. To both questions, the answers are decidedly positive.

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