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The Internet is a worldwide set of interconnected networks.
  • The internet is a local set of interconnected networks.


The internet


Internet users by language, February 2005.

Source: the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development /OECD (2006), based on Internet World and Global Reach Statistics,

Linguistic Diversity on the Internet


The Internet has almost double the influence of television in consumer decision-making in the UK, Germany and France, according to the Digital Influence Index (DII), a study of media consumption and online behaviours conducted by Fleishman-Hillard.
  • In all three countries the internet ranks as the most influential medium among internet users, with index scores of:
  • 44% in the UK,
  • 45% in Germany, and
  • 46% in France
  • or roughly twice the influence of the second-strongest channel, television, and about eight times the influence of printed media.
In the UK, 66% of online consumers say the internet helps them make better decisions (vs. 71% and 50% for Germany and France, respectively).
More than 80% of online consumers in each country use the Internet to conduct comparison-shopping for major purchases.
  • More than 75% use the Internet to manage bank accounts.
  • More than two-thirds use the Internet to keep up with current events or politics.
  • 30% post a comment to an online newsgroup or a website during a typical week.
  • More than 70% are sending and receiving text messages on their mobile phones.
  • Less than one in five has adopted mobile behaviours that let them take videos, surf the Internet, send and receive email or play video.
  • Consumers are the most engaged in digital communications in France, where2/3 of web users own a webcam and ¾ use instant messaging.
  • UK consumers are the most likely to have created an online profile site on a social networking page, and Germans are more likely to have used the internet for research.
British online consumers are the most likely to work on an online profile (31%) as part of a social network, compared with only 14% of those in France.
  • British are less likely to engage in most online researching behaviors. Germans are more likely to read information on Wikipedia (83%) or read professional articles (63%), contribute to wikis (11%) and play online games (22%).
  • Germans are much more likely to buy (86%) and sell (61%) items using an online auction, as well as remix materials they find online into a new creation (21%).
  • French are more likely to use the internet to find listings and directions for local shops (82%), as well as read blogs (40%).
  • More than 7 in 10 of French use instant messaging.
  • “The research shows that the internet stands out as the most important communications medium in the lives of European consumers today”, said Dave Senay, president and chief executive officer of Fleishman-Hillard.
  • “The rapid rise, changing nature, and increasing influence of the internet, in particular, should cause marketers to think differently about the entire media and marketing landscape,” said George Terhanian, president of Harris Interactive Europe.

Country-specific differences:

Monaco has been ranked the most Internet-connected country in the word, with 97.6% of people having Internet access(around 29,000 people).
  • Next comes Iceland with 97%, followed by Norway with 94.4% and Sweden with 92%.
  • France comes 37th with 69.5%, trailing the UK with 82% and the USA with 78.2%.

August 2011

The precursor to the Internet, ARPANET was a large wide-area network created by the United StatesDefense Advanced Research Project Agency (ARPA).
croatia internet usage statistics
CroatiaInternet Usage Statistics
  • Internet Usage Statistics:2,244,400 Internet users as of June/10, 2010 = 50.0% of the population, according to International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
  • Latest Population Estimate:4,486,881 population for 2010, according to census.
  • Gross Domestic Product:GDP per capita is US$ 14,361 according to International Monetary Fund (IMF).
  • Country Size (Area):Croatia has 56,542 sq km - Population density is 79 persons per sq km.

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