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Most Germans cannot live without internet - DIVSI

Tuesday 28 June 2016 | 22:10 CET | News
A total of 61 percent of Germans cannot image living without the internet, up from 50 percent in 2012, according to the latest research from the German Institute for Internet Trust and Security (DIVSI). The majority (72%) of the German population believe the internet offers more opportunities than dangers, up 4 percent. However, 68 percent of Germans are not sure if data security is really possible online, 13 percent more than in 2012. The study shows that 1 in 6 Germans, or 16 percent of the population, are still offline, of which many are older Germans.

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