The importance of communications in development is undeniable and repetitively proven. Over the recent years the increase of telecommunication systems combined with the Internet and wireless technologies have changed the economic development scene across the world. Of course the pace of ICT penetration differs between the developed and developing countries, and as expected numerous studies have been conducted to identify the best way to address and bridge this form of inequality.
As a result of the rapid Internet expansion and its constantly growing potential, the gap between the developed and the developing world has been intensified adding one more aspect. While the citizens of western societies have the world information at their fingertips the citizens of the developed word are striving to overcome the dark ages of information deprivation due to lacking technological infrastructure.