We've come a long way (arguably) since the days of CompuServe message boards and dial-up connections, but a new study has found that the Internet still can't seem to crack the 5 percent of Americans who find the Web completely irrelevant. According to the Pew Research Center, 15 percent of adults aren't online at all — and of that group, 34 percent find the Internet uninteresting, a waste of time or entirely unnecessary. Another 32 percent of those users cite usability reasons, saying the Internet is too difficult, they're physically limited, or they're worried about viruses, spam or identity thieves. Sadly, many are still priced out of using the Web, as 19 percent say owning a computer or paying for an Internet connection is too expensive. [Source]
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