A third of Europeans never use Internet

EU report also finds that a quarter have never used a PC.

An EU report in to the digital penetration of the continent has found that one in three people have never been on the internet, despite broadband access being available to over 90 per cent of the EU's population, and one in four people has never used a computer.

Of those that do not use the internet, a third did not see the point in getting a connection, while a quarter could not afford it. Perhaps unsurprisingly, this group was mostly composed of the over-65 age bracket and the unemployed.

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