Data from 2017 indicates that there is a "digital gender gap" for internet access. Research is based on the percentage access to internet of males and females living in three different levels of economic development across the world in 2017. Overall, in both developed, developing and least developed countries (LDC's), males always have higher rates of internet access than females. Interestingly, the largest disparity between males and female within a region is seen in the developing world, and not the LDC's, where 7.2% more males have access to internet than females. Source: https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/Statistics/Documents/facts/ICTFactsFigures2017.pdf
By Abbey L
First published on 11/28/2019
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