North Carolina Seeks to Close Broadband Gaps Through Crowdsourcing Portal

North Carolina Seeks to Close Broadband Gaps Through Crowdsourcing Portal

Ten percent of Americans – or roughly 34 million people – continue to lack access to broadband Internet, according to 2016 data from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). In North Carolina, efforts are underway to address the problem. The state’s Broadband Infrastructure Office has launched a new reporting tool to identify underserved areas, the first step in developing strategic plans for improving connectivity to homes and businesses.

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