Internet Black Holes, Web Censorship, Fascinating Internet Facts

Women have fewer civil rights in web black hole locations. Note Arabia, China.

Women have fewer civil rights in web black hole locations. Note Arabia, China.

The areas in black on this world map represent places where there is NO internet access. Those areas include  China, parts of north Africa, nearly all of Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Iran, and parts of eastern Europe. Here are more fascinating 2010 internet facts and statistics:

Internet Facts: When was the modem invented?

15 Fascinating Internet Facts

  1. 35.6% of internet users are Asian
  2. With average of 389 million of internet surfers each month, Asia is the largest internet crowd among other world regions
  3. In Africa, 3 out of 100 surf the Internet
  4. In Asia, 10 out of 100 surf the Internet
  5. In Europe, 38 out of 100 surf the Internet
  6. In Middle East, 10 out of 100 surf the Internet
  7. In North America, 70 out of 100 surf the Internet
  8. In Latin America, 16 out of 100 surf the Internet
  9. In Australia, 53 out of 100 surf the Internet
  10. Only 16.6% of world population surf the internet
  11. 1 billion users around the globe are surfing the Internet every month
  12. Amount of internet surfers in Asia (389,392,28 mil) is 11 times the population of Australia (34,468,443 mil)
  13. 19% of internet users are from United States (210,080,067 mil)
  14. Around 18 countries still doesn’t have Internet connection
  15. North Korea’s internet penetration statistics is not publicized

The History of the Internet

December 2009 USA Search Engine Rankings

King of the Web: Google Facts & Figures

Study: Ages of Social Network Users

Read more:

15 facts on global Internet usage

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