A clear majority of people in developing countries thinks that the web is a positive influence on education. A median of 64% among the general population (including non-internet users) in 32 developing nations surveyed say the web is a good influence on education. The survey is made by Pew Research Center and it also shows that people also thinks that the web is bad for morality. A median of only 29% say the internet is a good influence on morality, while 42% say it is a bad influence. In addition, computer ownership and internet access is still lagging behind in too many developing countries around the globe. Source: Pew Reseach Center Survey
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