SPOTLIGHT: Digital Divide to deepen


The so-called Digital Divide, which refers to the number of people who don't have access to the Internet or are interested in getting it vs. those that are already connected, looks like it could deepen, according to research conducted by Point Tropic. A full 44 percent of U.K. households, or 11.2 million don't have Internet access and 70 percent of those say they have little or no interest in ever getting connected. Article

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