digital divide

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VI Source “Undercurrents” series focuses on Digital Literacy in the US Virgin Islands


Undercurrents, a special feature of the online newspaper VI Source, delves into issues of critical interest to the Virgin Islands community. Reporter Bernetia Akin begins a series of articles with “Undercurrents: Are Virgin Islanders Crossing the Digital Divide?” Read online: Monday, October 24, 2016, Are Virgin Islanders Crossing the Digital Divide?       Advertisements

CNET: Sorry, your broadband Internet technically isn’t broadband anymore


(CNET) The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has re-defined “broadband” by upping the requisite connection speed from 4 Mbps (megabits per second), to 25 Mbps. The vote was 3-2; this move was in conjunction with the body’s 2015 Broadband Progress Report, which Congress uses to assess the US broadband market. The FCC has stated that the … Continue reading

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