Thursday, 14 January 2016

A new report reveals a surprise about the use of the Internet in the world!

At a time when many believe that the widespread use of the Internet may have reached a very advanced stage and that the majority of the inhabitants of the earth are connected to the network, it seems that is not the case, and that the majority of people are still not connected to the Internet for many reasons.

And in a new World Bank report he pointed out that the number of inhabitants of the land deprived of the Internet up to 60 percent and is an estimated four billion users worldwide at the end of 2015, and is what contributes to the expansion of the "digital divide" between people within the various communities , according to the FAO report, where that India alone has 1.1 billion people are not connected to the World Wide network, followed by China with 755 million people, and Indonesia with 213 million people.

The report also noted that high speed internet access does not benefit from it in fact only 1.1 billion people in the world or 15 percent of the static world, as the report indicates that the number of Internet users across the world's estimated 3.2 billion users and is the number that has tripled over the past ten years years.

The report concluded that the material gains achieved by the spread of the Internet and new technologies in the world controlled by rich countries in particular in poor countries have not benefited much from this thing.

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