New York City’s Internet Master Plan examines the question of universal connectivity—the greatest barrier to which is affordability. It states the city’s future goals and outlines the proposed actions to reach those goals. It also allows the public and private sectors the chance to have their say in eliminating the digital divide.
The National Broadband Resource Hub is made possible through the generous support of the Ford Foundation and Schmidt Futures. The site is administered by the Broadband Equity Partnership.