In the computer age, information has become a powerful tool for every person, and in a broader standpoint, for every country. From a microscopic view where a student needs to use the search engine for assignment to a macroscopic perspective, like North Korea being careful on allowing information that can go in and out of the country to gain an advantage in war provisions. The more information one can attain means more advantage one can acquire from small things to the more substantial ones. This is the reason why internet access is becoming a basic necessity. But the intensity of this need varies in each country depending on how they are developed. And this internet access can only be utilized through technological devices. Also, its production and innovation depend on the country’s economic capacity. These variations are creating gaps on who or what countries have more vital information compared to others through their access to technological devices. That gap is what you call Digital Divide. And this theory is critical.

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