This article begins by considering the problem of equal access to justice between those with access to communication technology and those without. It then goes on to challenge the current market-centered technology by exploring some of the dangers and limits of new communications technology as a corrective to a problem that has long divided rich and poor, a problem that defines the degree to which we can truly call ourselves a civilization, and the real and important opportunities made possible by new technologies.
The Digital Divide and Equal Access to Justice,
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