Is the Digital Divide Set to Grow?

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Last week, a federal court ruled against the Federal Communication Commission's policy of net neutrality, which means some content providers may have to pay more than others to get on the Internet. But the court left open the prospect that it could be restored by the FCC. Rashad Robinson, executive director of, says the civil rights group has already made its case to FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler.




Warren Olney