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Trends in Latino Mobile Phone Usage

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This report is a comprehensive compilation of data on how the Latino community is using mobile phones.

The compilation of the data indicates three major tendencies: Latinos are less likely to adopt broadband at home than other ethnic groups, are three times more likely than the general population to rely on mobile phones as their only means of Internet access, and are footing larger mobile phone bills than any other demographic group.

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MA and National Lawyers Guild CDC File Comments Opposing Wireless Shutdowns

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Media Alliance and the National Lawyers Guild CDC (joined by 10 other organizations including Color of Change, Sugar Law Center, The East Bay Social Forum, Alameda Green Party and NHMC), filed comments on April 30th opposing wireless shutdowns.  Continue reading MA and National Lawyers Guild CDC File Comments Opposing Wireless Shutdowns

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Pew Cell/Phone Internet Survey Documents Impact of Data Caps

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A study by the Pew Internet Center documents the enormous number of US adults who gain much or all of their Internet access via smart phones. This suggests that trends towards the imposition of data caps will hit the smart-phone dependent population especially hard. Continue reading Pew Cell/Phone Internet Survey Documents Impact of Data Caps

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