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APR 29, 2021 | US

What Piece of President Biden’s Sweeping Infrastructure Bill Will Have the Biggest Effect on Tech’s Private Sector?

Protocol, April 29, 2021

By Kevin McAllister

From BSA's Victoria Espinel: There's been a fair amount of debate recently about the meaning of "infrastructure." I view it as part of the formula for creating inclusive economic opportunity. Inclusive economic opportunity means intentionally extending the benefits of technology so that all Americans have access to the advantages that software and digital services provide. Over the past year, software has helped us work, learn and connect with loved ones. But the pandemic has also further spotlighted the need to spread the benefits of technology to those who have been historically disadvantaged."


Original Posting: https://www.protocol.com/braintrust/biden-infrastructure-tech-industry-effects


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