Half of the globe is still offline and internet companies are less motivated to push into poorer markets – Business Insider

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By the end of the year 3.5 billion people, 47 percent of the global population, will have access to the internet, according to a new report from the United Nations International Telecommunications Union. But internet access is far from evenly distributed.
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