Last month, I did a short write up on Net Neutrality. In a nutshell, it addresses the issue of measuring the use of Internet bandwidth one utilizes and applying a tiered rate based on that usage.
The term Digital Divide gets thrown around with this topic and means to address the lack of access to broadband access based on your ethnicity or income level.
I talked with Dr. Victoria De Francesco Soto who’s an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Northwestern University and a Faculty Fellow at Northwestern’s Institute for Policy Research. Her research focuses on race and ethnic politics, immigration, and campaigns and elections. The following is an overview of our discussion.
Read the entire article at Latino Rebranded.