March 2, 2016

Women and the Web: Bridging the Internet gap and creating new global opportunities in low- and middle-income countries

Written by Intel

Woman wearing a hijab, working on a computer

Over just two decades, the Internet has worked a thorough revolution. Never before has information been so widely available, business more efficient and transparent, or people better connected to one another. The Internet can be a great equalizer. And yet, access to it is not equally distributed. The Internet gender gap is particularly salient in developing countries, with very real consequences for women and girls, their communities, and their nations.

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