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Unformatted text preview: most gaps are being reduced internet access growth rates are inversely correlated to the level of penetration in each population segment (the new divide) and what about the rest of the world? continent/access (2000) N. american, 42% w. europe, 23% asia, 20% latin american, 4% e. europe, 4.7% africa, .6% high access = wireless/cable (high speed) vs. low access = modern/dail-up (slow speed) Sheet1 Page 2 DD still determined by: income education p 27 . .. an urban systeam socially and spatially polarized between high value-making groups and funcations on the one hand a diff inter acces drien by a apg in the eleecomm infra 1. telecomm bypass built to connect important centers and ingores the rest of he pop 2 net isp are depende on us and euro backbone 3. ?? how is the technology of the digital divide changing?...
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- Spring '07