» Monday, July 12, 2010

Race Online/digital inclusion

Asked if the Prime Minister wanted to close down unnecessary government websites, the PMS said that we were trying to streamline the government’s web presence.

Asked how the targeted ten million people who were not yet online would do so if places like libraries were closing down, the PMS said that Race Online had published their recommendations today; we would look at them and see what aspects we could take forward. There was a whole range of reasons why people weren’t online and we were looking to tackle them.

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