What could go wrong when internet hawks watch the digital henhouse?
School districts are struggling to address the ‘homework gap’ faced by students without adequate web access.
Building digital infrastructure paves the way for jobs for those who need them most.
The rise of telehealth can either make health care more accessible or divide more communities. Which will it be in L.A. County?
Advocates say big telecom proposals could water down the state’s ambitious effort to connect 98% of residents by 2026.
For some of California’s most vulnerable renters, a lack of internet access may lead to eviction.
Some powerful business interests oppose government efforts to ensure free broadband for low-income communities.
The pandemic exposed the huge economic and social impact of not having reliable internet access. Now advocates are seeking to finally close the digital divide.