Nonprofits reach out to Google to talk about Internet access in poor communities.

Google attempts to bridge the digital divide with Kansas City's poor communities 

Nonprofits reach out to Google to talk about Internet access in poor communities.

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"Once you have the fiber drop into your home, that fiber drop can provide a range of speeds," she says. "That fiber connection will 'future-proof' your home."

Google isn't opposed to finding a working arrangement with Connecting for Good.

"We'd love to work with them in a different way that's not against our terms of service," Wandres says.

Liimatta sounds unfazed by opposition to his plan and hopes to reach a future compromise.

"I like the [Google] people I've worked with," he says. "Google is a megacorporation. It's hard to take anything they do personally."

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