Speaking of digital cultures might lead one to think about the forms of social interaction and organization associated with the Internet that have become almost ubiquitous in many parts of the world. Latin America ranks relatively high in Internet usage and access statistics. Data from the World Bank suggest that Latin America is among the most connected regions in the world, after North America, Europe, and Central Asia. A common and persistent concern has been the lack of equal conditions that make it possible for digital cultures to emerge everywhere in the region – a phenomenon typically referred to as “digital divides”. One of the main challenges faced by Latin American scholarly work on digital technologies is the relative lack of theoretical frameworks and the modest conceptual contributions that characterize many studies in the region. Related to the issue of theorization is the methodological strategy employed to gather and analyze the data.