Tag Archives: broadband

EveryoneOn brings Internet to diverse communities

EveryoneOn is a non-profit organization that works to provide “high-speed, low-cost Internet service and computers, and free digital literacy courses accessible to all unconnected Americans.”… more

East Coast Internet speeds are the fastest

The latest Akami State of the Internet report ranked states by their average Internet connection speed, which suggested that smaller states seem to do the… more

Latino broadband access limited in CA

A Public Policy Institute of California report examining the use of Internet tech by Californians includes some interesting data on Internet access among minorities, including… more

Mexico’s Internet use is soaring

Everybody in the U.S. seems to be wired to the Internet, so it’s often easy for people to forget that the rest of the world… more

FCC to measure wireless broadband services

By Amalia Deloney, The Center for Media Justice If you’re like most people, you probably have no idea how fast the data access is on… more

Broadband ‘fundamental’ to civil rights

An interesting piece in Politic365 this week highlights a discussion at the “Job Creation and Education: Programmatic Efforts to Increase Broadband Adoption in African American… more

How important is spectrum to Latinos?

As business growth and employment searches rely more and more upon Internet communication – combined with the fact that Hispanics are also among the least employed as well as the most entrepreneurial – wireless communication access will have a significant future economic impact for Hispanics.

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