The Clinton administration is rallying public support for the e-rate, seeking to capitalize on new reports illustrating technology disparaties based on gender, income, and race. These follow other reports on privacy concerns, capping a busy week for Washington's Internet agenda.
White House renews e-rate push|
news analysis The Clinton administration is rallying public support for the e-rate, armed with a Commerce report about the growing disparity between tech haves and have-nots.
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