Implications of developments in telecommunications for Indigenous people in remote and rural Australia
This paper considers the implications of changes in the technological and regulatory environment in the telecommunications industry in Australia for Indigenous Australians living in remote and rural areas. This group is particularly vulnerable to falling on the wrong side of the 'digital divide' because of their geographical location and their low socioeconomic status. The paper surveys some of the important features of the industry that have implications for the provision of...[Show more]
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