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Study: Senior Women Reluctant to Cross Digital Divide

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Study: Senior Women Reluctant to Cross Digital Divide

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Study: Senior Women Reluctant to Cross Digital Divide

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Despite the fact that American women now outnumber men in cyberspace, a new poll shows women over the age of 65 are more reluctant to use the Internet than any other group. NPR's Margot Adler reports.

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