Measuring Inclusion

AT&T’s Digital Redlining Of Cleveland

Report PDF | Hi-Res Report PDF (Large) UPDATE 3/16: Read AT&T's response to this report and our reply at the Connect Your Community blog. A mapping analysis of Federal Communications Commission broadband availability data, conducted by Connect Your Community and...

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The Worst Connected U.S. Cities of 2015

The National Digital Inclusion Alliance today releases its new list of "The Top 25 Worst Connected U.S. Cities, 2015". Our rankings for 2015 are based on recently released Census data on home access to fixed broadband Internet services. This includes wireline...

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Good News – AT&T Has a Change of Heart

I have good news. On September 5, I revealed in a blog article on the NDIA website that AT&T officials had told us they would continue to deny "Access from AT&T" discount service to many thousands of eligible low-income households living at addresses where...

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Worst-Connected U.S. Cities in 2014

The National Digital Inclusion Alliance today releases two new rankings of America's "25 Worst-Connected Cities in 2014" -- for all households, and for households with annual incomes below $35,000. Using data from the 2014 American Community Survey (ACS) released last...

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Worst-Connected U.S. Cities In 2014

The National Digital Inclusion Alliance today releases two new rankings of America's "25 Worst-Connected Cities in 2014" -- for all households, and for households with annual incomes below $35,000. Using data from the 2014 American Community Survey (ACS) released last...

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