Times of San Diego: Modern Internet Policies Will Help Latinos Succeed In California

By Jose A. Marquez-Leon Internet inequality produces economic inequality, which is why all residents of California should be extremely worried about the lack of access for communities of color. For California’s Latino communities in particular, the digital divide has made it increasingly difficult to participate in the rapidly evolving modern economy. Yet certain lawmakers in […]




The Gazette: Reports of the Internet’s Death Greatly Exaggerated

By Adam Sullivan If you’re reading this, American civilization has survived its first days without net neutrality. Rejoice! The repeal of the federal government’s net neutrality rules took hold last week, ending Obama-era regulations which advocates say ensured a “free and open” internet. Millions of critics warned that decision would mark a grim new era for […]



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