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Consumer Federation of America Digital Divid Report (5/30/02)
posted by md on Wednesday June 19, @09:25PM
from the dept.
News A report on the "digital divide" in the United states, stating that nearly 2/3 of Americans have access to the Internet but poorer citizens are much less likely to be online. PDF Report.

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