Indonesia’s Digital Divide

An ambitious plan to roll out “cheap and meaningful” broadband to 20 percent of the Indonesian population by 2012 is gearing up in Jakarta, with strong support from the government and corporate sectors. Investor Group Against Digital Divide (IGADD), the non-profit think-tank behind the plan, aims to increase broadband penetration levels by 20 times, with the use of innovative technology and a business plan it says will help bridge the “digital divide” between rich and poor.

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