Internet Governance

4 ways the web has changed our lives – and will shape our future

Today, half the world's population is online, half of us are younger then the web - and the revolution has only just begun Image: REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker

Derek O'Halloran

Head, Shaping the Future of Digital Economy & New Value Creation; Member, ExCom, World Economic Forum

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 The rate of new users coming online is slowing, especially in developing countries
The rate of new users coming online is slowing, especially in developing countries Image: World Wide Web Foundation / ITU World Telecommunications Database
 The number of connected devices is predicted to break the 25 million mark by 2021
Image: Ericsson Mobility Report

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