If there are any National Park visitor or interpretation centers presently without public WiFi that situation should be corrected. Tourists want access to the web wherever they are, and easy Internet access for all may be a work-saver for park officers when tourists can answer more of their own questions about the park, download maps and upload photos of animals.
Bringing public WiFi to more government sites would also help the poor to get access to the Internet. They often can afford a cheap smart phone that has WiFi without being able to afford monthly phone contracts. Most public libraries provide Internet access though that can often under-serve a community because of limits to its resource or location.