Tuesday, 13 November 2018

Mind the gap – new study reveals widening digital divide between men and women

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Friday 14 September 18

A new report has highlighted increasing levels of inequality between the sexes when it comes to access to mobile broadband

This week, a new industry report has highlighted a widening gender divide when it comes to access to broadband internet services. The State of Broadband report, published by the Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development, shows that women are on average 26 per cent less likely to use mobile internet than men. According to data published by the GSMA, over 1.2 billion women in low and middle…

This week, a new industry report has highlighted a widening gender divide when it comes to access to broadband internet services. The State of Broadband report, published by the Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development, shows that women are on average 26 per cent less likely to use mobile internet than men. According to data published by the GSMA, over 1.2 billion women in low and middle…

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