Definition of digital divide in English:

digital divide

Syllabification: dig·it·al di·vide

noun

The gulf between those who have ready access to computers and the Internet, and those who do not: a worrying “digital divide” based on race, gender, educational attainment, and income
More example sentences
  • The book really fails in my mind in its treatment of what has come to be known in Internet terms as the digital divide.
  • It's hoping that such widespread wireless access will help bridge the digital divide in the city and make Philly appear as a tech savvy place to tourists.
  • To struggle with the digital divide, we must address access, content and commerce issues.

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