Imagine what the past year would have been like without access to the web. That has been the reality for billions of people.
While internet access is a lifeline for many, almost half the world has yet to log on or send their first email — never mind rely on the web to keep working and learning as offices, schools, and universities closed their doors.
It’s never been more clear: Access to the web should be a basic right.
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Access to the internet is a lifeline. It should be a basic right. I support the @webfoundation’s mission to make the web truly worldwide. You can too: webfoundation.org/globalnetwork
Access to the internet is a lifeline. It should be a basic right. I support the Web Foundation’s mission to make the web truly worldwide. You can too: webfoundation.org/globalnetwork
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June 8, 2021