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This animation, from the World Mapper website, shows the growth of Internet users around the world from 2000 to 2007.
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The digital divide is " a term used to refer to inequalities in access to ICT.
Such inequalities can be seen between:
(Source: Guinness, P., 2011. Geography: for the IB diploma. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.)
This interactive map illustrates internet speeds around the globe.
This video features a discussion of the 2013 Global Information Technology Report (GITR), including analysis of Singapore's position in the number 2 position in the GITR's Network Readiness Index.
Find out more here: INSEAD: Closing the Digital Divide: Connectivity is Just the start
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