Hillary Clinton is using a new tactic to lure millennial voters.
According to a Clinton campaign memo obtained by Politico Monday, the former secretary of state has plans to unveil a new tech initiative later this week, which includes a promise to install broadband internet in 100 percent of American homes by 2020.
The 14 page memo, which Politico opted not to publish, also details the remaining points of Clinton’s tech agenda, such as the import of “new tools and services” — like Fit Bits and self-driving cars — and “the creation of a special commission to study whether law enforcement should have greater access to encrypted devices and communications.” (RELATED: Hillary Is Trying To Appeal To Millennials — So She’s Poaching Sanders Staffers)
Clinton has a long-standing relationship with Silicon Valley, and Politico notes that many of her proposals would continue the work she championed on the tech industry’s behalf during her time at the State Department and in the Senate.
Recently, several parties have accused the Clinton campaign of being in bed with Internet search giant Google.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange told attendees at a European journalism summit that Google is “directly engaged” with Hillary’s campaign and pointed to “the Groundwork,” a start-up former Google CEO Eric Schmidt launched specifically designed to get Clinton elected. (RELATED: Assange — Google Is In Bed With Hillary’s Campaign)
A video from SourceFed also claimed that Google was actively manipulating auto-complete suggestions to benefit Clinton. (RELATED: Alleged Google Insider — Management Doesn’t Deny We’re In The Tank For Hillary)