CYBER ACCESS. Done by: nusaiba mohammed. Grade: 09-ASP. What you will learn:.
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We will explore the gap between people who can access the internet, and the people who can’t access the internet. This includes the technology that are used, the imbalance both in physical access to technology and the resources needed to effectively participate.
In addition, there will be a discussion on how people with disabilities access the internet. We will also be focusing on some case studies, revealing how some Governments have helped boost the growth of electronic access and bridged the digital divide in their countries.
* By the end of this module, you should be able to:
boost cyber access.
-List three examples of ethical usage technology.
Cyber access is about understanding the privilege of using electronic information as well as the right to having equal, secure and reliable access.
Digital access index (DAI), a term coined by the international telecommunication union (ITU) helps to measure the overall ability of people in a particular country to get access and use information and communication technologies.
What is it about
Digital divide refers to the difference between nations in the ability of accessing global information infrastructures, the difference between those who have access to computers and the internet, and those who do not.
Refers to the number of fixed and mobile subscribers.
Considers the price of accessing the internet as percentage of the gross income. Per capita
Adult literacy and school enrollment level.
International bandwidth per capita and broadband subscribers.
Numbers of internet users.
Table 1: digital access index category definition