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The gulf between those who have ready access to computers and the Internet, and those who do not.‘there is a ‘digital divide’ between rich and poor in terms of computer use’
- ‘Measurement of the digital divide began first with a study of households.’
- ‘This must surely highlight the massive digital divide that has opened up between the haves and have-nots.’
- ‘First, as we have discussed above, the digital divides (access, speed, literacy) might separate those with the access, the education, and the inclination to participate using the new tools from the rest of the citizens.’
- ‘For only last week the Countryside Agency warned that the lack of broadband in rural areas was creating a digital divide between town and country.’
- ‘It's hoping that such widespread wireless access will help bridge the digital divide in the city and make Philly appear as a tech savvy place to tourists.’
- ‘To struggle with the digital divide, we must address access, content and commerce issues.’
- ‘This has been intensified by the activities centered on countering what some people call the digital divide.’
- ‘Without public intervention, the digital divide may aggravate.’
- ‘It has the objective of testing both technology solutions and reference models to help bridge the knowledge and digital divides in the Namibian public school system.’
- ‘Recently, however, the digital divide seems to have lost much of its currency as a policy issue.’
- ‘The trouble for those who have fallen on the wrong side of these various digital divides is that new technology is an unstoppable force.’
- ‘It is in this context of liberal welfare stratification that we can understand the digital divide.’
- ‘So while large towns and cities might expect new and exciting high speed services, the rest the country could be left behind in a new digital divide.’
- ‘The book really fails in my mind in its treatment of what has come to be known in Internet terms as the digital divide.’
- ‘The digital divide which separates people and regions also separates organisations.’
- ‘In the foreground will be a specific focus on bridging the digital divide.’
- ‘‘The real divides are not digital divides,’ she says.’
- ‘Chicago officials see a citywide wireless network as a potential revenue source, a way to bridge the digital divide and a means of attracting tourists.’
- ‘The digital divide exists between those in cities and those in rural areas.’
- ‘Yes, after all these years, the digital divide seems to be alive and well.’
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