No signs the digital divide is closing

The digital divide is alive and well in California and may get worse unless policymakers take steps to address it, according to a new report. Whether Californians have a high-speed connection to the Internet depends a lot on where they live and who they are, according to the report, which was issued earlier this week by the Public Policy Institute of California. Perhaps most strikingly, the report suggests that many Californians still can’t even sign up for broadband connections because they’re simply not available.

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