Broadband Policy

REUTERS/Gary Cameron - Wikipedia webpage in use on a laptop computer is seen in this photo illustration taken in Washington, January 17, 2012.

Blog Post | Metropolitan Infrastructure Initiative

Income disparities holding back U.S. internet adoption

November 18, 2015, Joseph Kane and Adie Tomer

In a modern economy, connecting to reliable high-speed internet is no longer a luxury. Households increasingly need access to the latest broadband technologies to access economic opportunity and simply operate in today’s economy. In response, public and private leaders from Washington to Silicon Valley are pushing to rapidly expand connectivity to digital information networks, forging stronger infrastructure links for millions of users while maximizing the long-term benefits of broadband.

View All Research on Broadband Policy ›Show 10 More