The author explores the fundamental benefits of eliminating the digital divide. Improving access to technology is both a positive thing with respect to social conscience, but it is an imperative of democracy, as well as making fundamentally good, hardheaded economic sense. John Nash's game theory applies, expounding the benefits of selfish self-interest for individuals, for social groups and for society as a whole.
Nicholas W. Allard,
Digital Divide: Myth, Reality, Responsibility,
24 Hastings Comm. & Ent. L.J. 449
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