|61||United Arab Emirates||3,449,000|
|84||Bosnia and Herzegovina||1,422,000|
|112||Trinidad and Tobago||593,000|
|128||Congo, Democratic Republic of the||290,000|
|132||Congo, Republic of the||245,200|
|148||Papua New Guinea||125,000|
|165||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines||76,000|
|168||Antigua and Barbuda||65,000|
|180||Sao Tome and Principe||26,700|
|188||Central African Republic||22,600|
|192||Micronesia, Federated States of||17,000|
|194||Saint Kitts and Nevis||17,000|
|203||British Virgin Islands||4,000|
|205||Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)||2,900|
|208||Wallis and Futuna||1,300|
Definition: This entry gives the number of users within a country that access the Internet. Statistics vary from country to country and may include users who access the Internet at least several times a week to those who access it only once within a period of several months.
Source: CIA World Factbook - Unless otherwise noted, information in this page is accurate as of January 1, 2012See also: Internet users map
Map reveals countries where Internet goes to 'sleep' at night
DIGIT - 10/21/2014 10:15:55 AM
Researchers from the University of Southern California found that in some parts of the world ... richer a country is, the more likely it is that the internet will be up and running 24/7," said Heidemann. Read: India to have more Internet users than US ...
The world wide SPREAD: Map shows what the world would look like based on the number of internet users in each country
Daily Mail - 9/22/2014 9:45:53 AM
Following reports there are now more than a billion websites, researchers have created a map that reveals just how far and wide these sites penetrate the globe. The map was created by researchers at the Oxford Internet Institute using 2011 data on web ...
World's Top Privacy Experts Worry About Internet Of Things
Forbes - 10/20/2014 8:15:24 AM
Meeting in one of the world ... that the Internet of things, everything from health sensors to monitors in a car, depends on connectivity which could expose users to significant privacy and security risks. Data privacy commissioners from countries ...
These Are The Parts Of the World Where The Internet Goes To Sleep
The Business Insider - 10/17/2014 11:39:24 AM
But there are plenty of places around the globe where the Internet ... world's roughly 4 billion IPv4 addresses—every 11 minutes. Given the data, the researchers suggest several conclusions. For one thing, diurnal usage seems to be correlated with ...
Understanding attitudes and behaviors of Internet users in the Middle East (INFOGRAPHIC)
yourmiddleeast.com - 10/20/2014 6:06:33 AM
Mapped against the world average, they are also more supportive of the ... Research conclusions derived from an online survey of 2,793 Internet users in 14 countries across the Middle East and North Africa, and a further sample of 8,432 additional ...
The state of internet policy making in Ethiopia
cyberethiopia.com - 10/20/2014 8:15:24 AM
Ethiopia is among those countries with the lowest level of internet penetration and use. A 2014 World Internet Stats report, for instance, claims that Ethiopia has had only 1.9% internet penetration. Similarly, the World Economic Forum also rated the ...
The Internet Sleeps at Night. Really.
Wired News - 10/20/2014 3:00:27 AM
But this sort of always-on internet is very much a first-world luxury, and it appears to be confined to countries that were early users of the net, snatching up super-sized quantities of internet addresses. In much of the world, the internet regularly goes ...
Meet the Israelis trying to bring the entire world online
YNET News - 10/18/2014 8:27:55 PM
The third world countries have billions of people who are not yet on Facebook - a massive, untapped potential for new users. For Facebook, the critics argued, it is worthwhile to connect them to the Internet in order to transform them into its customers.
Silicon Valley’s Biggest Internet Mistake
Heartland - 10/19/2014 12:12:49 PM
To secure this large infrastructure-use government subsidy ... move forward with net neutrality only affects America? No. The whole world is watching how this country manages its Internet.” Simply, since Silicon Valley benefits the most from free ...
Market Place - 10/20/2014 10:24:15 AM
Facebook wants to be the Internet portal ... than in the developing world. What can be done to spur growth in the U.S. and the euro zone? Peter Henry, Dean of NYU's Stern School of Business, thinks the answer lies in developing countries.
The World's Most Popular Sites by Country and Internet Users – Map
Softpedia News - 10/4/2013 6:24:44 PM
The web is huge and growing all the time. Despite this, only a handful of sites account for most of the things we do online. Using data from Alexa, not the most accurate thing out there but probably the best we've got, a couple of Oxford Internet Institute ...
Brazil telecommunications market increased by 8% CAGR during 2007 to 2012
Live-PR - 10/20/2014 9:51:27 PM
with Brazil being the fifth leading country in world in terms of mobile phone subscriptions and internet users. Local service providers demonstrate growth of 8% CAGR in 2012 as result of the government´s PNBL programme. High profit margins at 30% of ...
What the World Would Look Like If Countries Were As Big As Their Online Populations
The Atlantic - 10/10/2013 12:05:24 PM
and Japan alone host more Internet users than Europe and North America combined. Second, few of the world’s largest Internet countries fall into the top category (>80%) of Internet penetration (and indeed India falls into the lowest category, at <20% ...
China's Internet users grow to 591 million
PC World - 7/17/2013 10:47:14 AM
the government-linked China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) reported on Wednesday. During the first half of this year, the country added a total of 26 million new Internet users. China has the world’s largest Internet population, but still a ...
One-Fifth Of Women In Developing World Countries Think Internet Use Is Inappropriate For Them
Fast Company - 1/15/2013 1:19:51 PM
A study released by Intel Corporation on women and the Internet has found some interesting trends. Researchers, who consulted with the U.S. State Department and UN Women, found that one-fifth of women in some countries feel that it would be inappropriate ...