Farmer in barley field holding a tablet© Juice/Rex/Shutterstock
Farmers and landowners have called on the government to end the urban-rural “digital divide” after it announced the first steps towards making it a legal requirement for access to superfast broadband for all by 2020. The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has launched a consultation on the process the government intends to follow to deliver a “universal” service obligation (USO) for broadband. According to the department, nine out of 10 homes in the UK now have access to superfast […]
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