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37% of the world’s population is still deprived of the Internet, UN

37% of the world’s population is still deprived of the Internet, UN
Geneva: United Nations has said in a report that one of the three people in the world never came online. Thus, the total two billion million people are deprived of 37% of the global population. It has revealed the United Nations Substitute Telecommunication Bureau.

The United Nations has said that compared to 2019, Internet users had increased by 17 percent and now the overall four million people have access to online. The reason for this is in the context of the Corona Waus, people contacted the Internet and increased their information.

The United Nations has expressed happiness on this increase. But the same Waus has also explained the World Internet Bay or Digital Duhid. It has been affected by children and teachers. Due to Lockdown, this situation became more difficult and increased people’s problems.
Amazingly, in the backward and poorest areas of America, millions of children and their associated teachers were also far from hardware and internet. Thus millions of children have a lot of education loss and more.

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