This fits in well today just as it fit when the term was introduced in the 18th century. The question really comes down to delivery of rights. Rather than trying to play around with semantics, we should be looking at the results of the last couple of years and make the determination based upon three questions:
1.Is it possible in the near future to create an infrastructure that would make internet access available to nearly everyone in the world?
2.Would making internet access available worldwide to the vast majority of people foster positive changes in every culture and every society?
3.Are those without internet access less able to prosper?