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Data Costs Driving the Digital Divide in Queensland

by Cameron Sinclair •
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A survey of people working with vulnerable and low income Queenslanders has found that the high cost of data is the number one factor driving the digital divide between those who have access to the internet, and those that don’t.

A report by the McKell Institute, a Labor Party aligned think tank...

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