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The disconnection dilemma: Why 93,000 Seattle residents don't have Internet at home
Fewer than half of the members of these focus groups have Internet access at home (though if you count mobile Internet access, it’s about 6 in 10). Among immigrant participants, who tend to face language and literacy barriers, that figure drops to about a third. Comparing ethnic groups, Seattle’s Latino community is the least connected, according to the larger survey, with a quarter reporting no home access.
seattle  washington-state  u.s.a.  money  poverty  politics  media  internet  equality 
june 2014 by iamfantastikate
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