For some in the Latino community in California, all they want for Christmas is the ability to access the internet. Though the digital divide is slowly closing, many low-income Latinos are being left out, which is why a couple of organizations in California are taking action this season to help close the gap.
As we all know, the interent has dramatically expanded in the past few years, and with it, the number of websites. But with a few top-level domains, like ".com," ".org," and ".net," the proliferation of websites necessitated longer, moer complicated, and harder-to-remember website names. Now there's a new domain for Latino websites, along with a slew of other domains, to help organize the increasing mess on the World Wide Web.
Hispanics are one of the youngest, fastest growing demographics in the United States. It's a perfect demographic to keep the Affordable Care Act afloat, since in order for Obamacare to work, young, healthy people have to enter the health insurance marketplace.
Speedtest.net, the website most probably know from testing their homes' internet connection speeds, also collects all of the diagnostic tests from around the world. They use that data to rank countries by internet speed, and according to the most recent update, the United States is still not doing too well.
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