The City of Long Beach announced its official affiliation with the National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA) during Digital Inclusion Week May 7-11, which brings attention to digital inequalities nationwide.
With roughly 25 percent of the city facing some sort of digital divide the Long Beach City Council appears poised to take actions to close that gap as items targeting the divide were introduced Tuesday night.
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