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  • Yenna Chin

    Technology does care what your zip code is, technology does not address social inequality. Who has access to this 'uber-personalized' online learning?

    According to CNET in 2010, 40% of the U.S. reported to have no broadband or high-speed access to the Internet, while 30 percent said they have no Internet access at all.

    People with higher rates of broadband access tend to be younger, white or Asian, highly-educated, married, and with higher incomes, while those with no broadband are often seniors or minorities, less educated, and living in non-family households with lower incomes or unemployed.

    http://news.cnet.com/8301-1035_3-10454133-94.html