Obstacles to bridging the Digital Divide


(TheConversation.com) – Questioning whether the next U.S. president will continue to address the lack of high-speed Internet access and the Digital Divide begun by President Obama’s Nationwide Broadband Initiative, Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems, Georgia State University J.J. Po-An Hsieh analyzes the policies of presidential candidates and examines why providing access is only the very beginning of the life-transforming potential technology can bring. (read more)

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