Broadband in the USA: Adoption Rates and Gaps in U.S. Metro Areas

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December 09, 2015

High-speed internet seems to be the epicenter of modern daily life, but a fast connection comes at a price. Brookings conducted a study to observe U.S. digital connectivity.

“Individuals without a private Internet subscription or digital skills are at a disadvantage when it comes to accessing economic opportunity,” says the report’s introduction. “There is no question that the Internet is a huge boon to the economy and society, but maximizing its potential is only possible if all individuals are online.”

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