The Digital Divide is the gulf between those who have ready access to computers and the internet, and those who do not.
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The Digital Divide

The idea of the "digital divide" refers to the growing gap between the underprivileged members of society, especially the poor, rural, elderly, and handicapped portion of the population who do not have access to computers or the internet; and the wealthy, middle-class, and young Americans living in urban and suburban areas.

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The Digital Divide

Digital Divide

The ‘digital divide’ we face globally does not just signify those who have access to the internet and those who do not, the gap also encompasses a number of other discrepancies, including the quality of digital infrastructure in rural communities, the speed of connectivity in remote areas, and the training and skills required to navigate such technology.

The Digital Divide

Innovation Unscripted with Vint Cerf & Larry Irving

Co-father of the Internet Vint Cerf and “Digital Divide” scholar Larry Irving speak to viewers about how the Internet shapes our lives, economy, and society, and the course it sets for the future.

The Digital Divide

The Internet of Civil Rights: the New Digital Divide

Brigitte Daniel addresses and reframes the new kind of “underserved”: those not only on the wrong side of the digital divide, but those who are impacted by and advocate to keep digital technologies accessible for a new generation of internet civil rights.

The Digital Divide

Without A Net: The Digital Divide In America

Millions of kids are being denied technology. And a future.

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