Survey: Elderly, poor narrow broadband service gap

Some groups that have lagged in signing up for high-speed internet service, like the elderly, the poor, and rural residents, have started to gain on those who have had a head start, reports the Associated Press. Those conclusions, from a new survey by the Pew Internet & American Life Project, come as the government is set to decide how to spend $7.2 billion in stimulus money on expanding the availability

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