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In Very Poor LA Neighborhoods, Poor People Pay More for Internet Service That Offers Less

In Very Poor LA Neighborhoods, Poor People Pay More for Internet Service That Offers Less

Start your day with LAist Sign up for How To LA, delivered weekday mornings. A recent study by the California Community Foundation and Digital Equity Los Angeles highlighted stark differences in price and availability of internet services from two of LA County’s internet service providers – dominant ISPs Charter Spectrum and Frontier. In the San …

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In Very Poor LA Neighborhoods, Poor People Pay More for Internet Service That Offers Less

A recent study by the California Community Foundation and Digital Equity Los Angeles highlighted stark differences in price and availability of internet services from two of LA County’s internet service providers – dominant ISPs Charter Spectrum and Frontier. In the San Fernando Valley, Charter Spectrum is offering residents of a Sylmar neighborhood with a 7% …

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In Very Poor LA Neighborhoods, Poor People Pay More for Internet Service That Offers Less

In Very Poor LA Neighborhoods, Poor People Pay More for Internet Service That Offers Less

A recent study of the The California Community Foundation and Digital Equity Los Angeles have exposed the stark differences in the prices and availability of internet services from two of LA County’s internet service providers – the dominant ISP Charter Spectrum and Frontier. In the San Fernando Valley, Charter Spectrum is offering residents of a …

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Report: CenturyLink Broadband Slower in Black and Brown Neighborhoods

Report: CenturyLink Broadband Slower in Black and Brown Neighborhoods

This article includes reports and data published by The Markup, a nonprofit newsroom that studies the power of institutions that use technology to change our society. Read the original article, “From Dollars to Megabits, You May Be Paying 400 Times More Than Your Neighbor for Internet Service”, by Leon Yin and Aaron Sankin. Fifty dollars …

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