Information, Innovation, and Telecommunication Services
Community members have access to information about their communities and beyond, including through local news. Communities are able to offer residents access to the benefits of innovation, especially to support sustainable community development. Community members have access to affordable and reliable telecommunication services, with sufficient bandwidth to support community members’ full participation in virtual learning, employment, engagement, entertainment, and other opportunities. Communities are able to develop and maintain (or effectively advocate for development and maintenance of) adequate local information and telecommunication infrastructure to meet their needs and engage in cost and resource sharing with industry where relevant and mutually advantageous. Processes are in place to protect the freedom of the press and freedom of information and to prevent censorship.
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