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The latest data on Internet usage in Europe comes from Eurostat, which says that 52% of households in the EU25 had access to the Internet during the first quarter of 2006, compared to 48% during the first quarter of 2005. Though, the range between countries is […]

The latest data on Internet usage in Europe comes from Eurostat, which says that 52% of households in the EU25 had access to the Internet during the first quarter of 2006, compared to 48% during the first quarter of 2005. Though, the range between countries is pretty broad, from 23% in Greece to 80% in the Netherlands. When it comes to broadband, 32% had a broadband connection this year, compared to 23% in 2005.  [via ResourceShelf.]

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