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Submitted by Mark484 910d ago | article

A third of poorest pupils 'without internet at home'

BBC News-More than a third of the poorest children do not have the internet at home and a similar number do not have a computer, official figures suggest. (Internet, Services)

Mark484  +   911d ago
Really life without Internet !Very difficult to think what we do if we live at a place where their is no Internet connection.Internet have became now a very important part of life.
Speed-Racer  +   909d ago
Yes, because the world couldn't do anything before the days before the Internet existed. /s
admiralvic  +   909d ago
While I don't think many people will agree with me...

There are plenty of cheap options to get around this "problem". Most if not all libraries have computers / internet and they can always stay after class to work on things that might require a computer. There is also the ability to go to a friends place and of course going without...
mushroomwig  +   909d ago
Oh dear, no internet? Those poor people!

Obvious sarcasm, I'm sure these people have more important things on their plate, like making ends meet in order to feed themselves.

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