By Morgan Smith. Increasingly, Georgia residents and businesses rely on the Internet as a tool for communication, information, commerce and entertainment. Recognizing these trends, both state and local officials frequently emphasize the importance of making broadband available to all areas and populations within the state. In the abstract, public sector initiatives to expand broadband service seem well-intentioned. Gaps in access can create explicit and implicit costs for individual consumers and communities as a whole.
Broadband Access in Georgia – Georgia Public Policy Foundation
Below is a sortable list of countries by number of Internet users , for Internet users are defined as persons who accessed the Internet in the last 12 months from any device, including mobile phones. Estimates are derived from either household surveys or from Internet subscription data. All United Nations member states are included, except North Korea. Their amount of internet users is estimated at a few thousand. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.