ICLE on Digital Discrimination

The Federalist View Original Source

The Federalist – ICLE research on the Federal Communications Commission’s digital discrimination rulemaking was cited in an op-ed in The Federalist. You can read full piece here.

As the team at the International Center for Law and Economics explains, “disparate-impact analysis might find that low-income households have lower rates of internet adoption, and infer this was due to discrimination.” Basically, any perceived ill that has connections to large socio-economic questions will be caught in this digital discrimination dragnet.