broadband internet access
Meanwhile, the number of people relying on cellphones alone for Internet is on the rise.
Wheeler's proposal aims to address some concerns, seeking comments on how best to ensure that those receiving financial support
In the past decade alone, the Internet has transformed the way we shop (Amazon), communicate (Skype), and even receive medical care. Yet, a large number of Americans, particularly those in minority communities, lack access to these technological advances.
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If Americans can put a man on the moon, we can be sure everyone has access to high-speed broadband Internet, regardless of where they live.
Our digital nation is still divided along the lines of race and socio-economic status. The key to increased home broadband adoption is not a one size fits all approach.