We know San Francisco's city government can be smarter, faster and more democratic by adopting many of the web-based tools that are now transforming our region’s economy.
But as we implement these Gov 2.0 strategies, there is a foundational principle that must be addressed – every single San Franciscan is entitled to the full service of government, not just those 80% of households with access to the Internet.
Approximately 20% of households in San Francisco do not have access to the Internet. This means unequal access to city services as well.
That’s why it is time for the city to guarantee universal access to the Internet for every single San Franciscan.
Join Phil Ting, San Francisco’s Assessor-Recorder and candidate for mayor, in the fight to make the Internet available to every resident.
Take action and help make sure ALL San Francisco residents have access to the Internet.