One in five Irish people have never used the internet

One in five Irish people between the ages of 16 and 74 have never used the internet, according to a new study from Eurostat.

14th December, 2011

One in five Irish people between the ages of 16 and 74 have never used the internet, according to a new study from Eurostat.

The Irish figure, 21 per cent, is just below the EU average of 24 per cent of people in that age bracket that have never used the internet and is well down from the 42 per cent figure recorded in 2006. But it is well behind Sweden, where only 5 per cent of...

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