Build and internet for everyone, everywhere

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Media Outlet: CNN

For nearly two decades, ubiquitous access to the Internet has been the elusive dream of technologists, policymakers and ordinary users. But today, the prospect of worldwide, always-on and high-speed (or close to it) Internet communications is in sight, and could become a reality within a decade. 

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Alan Davidson is a Public Interest Technology Fellow at New America. Previously, he served as the first director of digital economy at the U.S. Department of Commerce and senior advisor to the Secretary of Commerce.

Danielle Kehl is a fellow at New America's Open Technology Institute, where she researches and writes about technology policy issues.