United States ranks 24th worldwide in the percentage of residents who use the Internet, according to the International Telecommunications Union's 2013 State of Broadband Report, released recently at a meeting of the Broadband Commission for Digital Development. Eighty-one percent of U.S. residents use the Internet, the ITU said.
Countries with the highest percentage of people using the Internet was Iceland, where 97 percent of the people are Internet users. The top 10 countries all had usage rates above 88 percent.
Percentage of Individuals Using the Internet, Worldwide, 2012 – Source: The State of Broadband 2013 - Universalizing Broadband by the Broadband Commission, September 2013 (e - ITU Estimates)
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