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The term digital divide refers to the "gap" between those who have access to modern digital technology, and those who don't have access.

It refers to the relative social status of different sections of society in the modern computer and information technology age. It refers to the gap between those with regular access to digital products, computers, and information technology and those without it.

Specifically this applies to poorer sections of society, people living in remote areas away from big cities, and the large population of developing and underdeveloped countries. Most have no access to computers in education, nor other benefits of modern information technology, such as the internet.
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