A new report highlights the dangers during government-issued internet shutdowns.
In a new study by Parks Associates, 75% of broadband households are playing video games for at least one hour per week. Online gaming and subscriptions continue to increase in popularity, especially during the pandemic.
With limited funds to achieve universal broadband, the U.S. needs a combination of solutions responsive to local needs that can be cost-effectively deployed. Closing the gap between the digital haves and have-nots depends on it.