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Could newly rekindled U.S.-Cuba relations lead to more Internet access in Cuba?
Chile takes corruption-fighting online.
Internet users are wealthier, more urban—and more tolerant—than their unconnected compatriots.
"The Gig" wires up Chattanooga.
Changing the digital landscape to create jobs and reduce poverty.

La pregunta que el cofundador y director de Personal Democracy Media, Micah L. Sifry, se hizo en su libro, “The Big Disconnect: Why the Internet Hasn’t Transformed Politics (Yet)” (“La gran desconexión: Por qué Internet no ha transformado la política (aún)”), ocupa desde hace años la mente de activistas, politólogos, hackers, periodistas y todos aquellos quienes creemos que la democracia y la transparencia son valores intrínsecos de las sociedades.

In today's technology-driven economy, bridging the digital divide is essential for countries to break out of the periphery."

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