Geographical causes for the digital divide are visible both locally, and on global scales. An example where geographical causes can be noted locally is how in England, where I live, being located in certain parts means that you may be disadvantaged slightly in regards to the availability of technology. This can be seen in the more rural parts of England where services such as 4G or fibre optic internet are unavailable due to a greater emphasis on the more population dense urban areas. However, this is divide between locations within countries is not unorthodox outside of England – it can be seen in other parts of the world too! Italy for example, has a richer northern half in comparison to the southern regions, so as a result the northerners in Italy are better off in regards to technology.