A court case in California between Apple and Samsung threatens the American spirit of innovation and free-enterprise – and Hispanics may have the most to lose in the three-year legal dispute between the phone giants over patent infringements. On March 31, a new round of proceedings commenced. While many will monitor the trial closely, the ultimate legal impact on minority communities and consumer choices has been noticeably overlooked.
Mobile devices are reshaping how Latinos connect to the Internet. In doing so, they are expanding the promise and welfare-enhancing resources of the Internet to minority communities who may not have access to broadband connections at home. Nielsen and the Pew Research Center have both found that minorities are making greater use of the mobile web.
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