The Digital Divide in the Developed World

While the "Digital Divide" is an oft cited problem in an increasingly connected world, the factors that affect this barrier and how governments can develop appropriate policies to overcome them are less than clear cut. In fact, even in developed countries such as the UK, it may surprise many to know that a significant percentage of the population choose to remain on the sidelines of the digital revolution. In an article for eGov monitor, Thomas B. Riley explores the issues surrounding the digital divide and the implications for government policy.



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