That sounds good in many ways, but what about sites like Alibaba and Etsy that return self-control and autonomy to the hands of individuals? Sure, I'd guess only a handful of people who use Alibaba, Etsy and similar sites become stinky, filthy rich -- but is that really what many seek? Looking at videos and articles about the many people (often women) who now support their families by making crafts, clothing, artwork, and other products they sell online is very uplifting and inspiring. A whole economy in China alone blossoms because of Alibaba, a world that has nothing to do with tech other than the underlying infrastructure used to sell/pay.
So yes: Digital businesses can create income disparity in that a young white man is more likely to successfully create a Silicon Valley startup. But anyone, anywhere has the chance to use his startup's technology to support her family and create a career she enjoys.