Two thirds of older Germans use the web, more men than women

Thursday 31 July 2014 | 09:51 CET | News
Some 67 percent of people in Germany aged 55 to 74 used the internet in 2013, federal statistics office Destasis announced. There was a gender imbalance, with 73 percent of older men but just 61 percent of older women going online. It said 51 percent of men in this age bracket said they had surfed the net every day or almost every day in the past three months, but only 33 percent of older women had done so.

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