Tag Archives: digital divide

June 16, 2016

B4B Key Policy Objectives 2016

Following the successful conclusion of the 2-day Broadband for the Bush Forum V: digital journeys, the Broadband for the Bush Alliance have finalised a list of Key Policy Objectives that draw on the focused discussions from the final day of the forum. This statement of policy objectives is both the culmination of the work of […]

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July 22, 2015

Regional consumers too often left behind – ACCAN

The Regional Telecommunications Review is an opportune time to take stock of telecommunications policy in Australia. Whether it is an oversubscribed interim satellite service or a Universal Service Obligation that hasn’t been brought into the 21st Century, regional consumers are frequently left with shocking network performance and few avenues for redress. [read more]

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August 25, 2014

Communication technologies and the altered social, cultural and linguistic ecology in a remote indigenous context

‘Shifting perceptions, shifting identities: Communication technologies and the altered social, cultural and linguistic ecology in a remote indigenous context’ is a new paper by Inge Kral of the Australian National University. This paper was first published in The Australian Journal of Anthropology in 2014. Excerpt: While a digital divide remains evident in many remote Indigenous […]

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