U.N.: Internet use stats flawed

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U.N.: Internet use stats flawed

The extent of the technology gap between richer and poorer nations may be smaller than believed because of flawed statistics on Internet use, the U.N. communications agency has said. “Currently, few of the world’s poorest nations even try to find out how many Internet users they have, and their statistical offices, polling agencies and telecommunications bodies need more help to start looking.”

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