[221-14] Internet Users, 2011

The size of the respective national Internet top-level domain code represents the amount of users. Darker print indicates a higher percentage ofthe population with Internet access. In some countries of the Middle East the amount of users have doubled within a 2 year period.

[221-13] Internet Users, 2011

The size of the respective national Internet top-level domain code represents the amount of users. Darker print indicates a higher percentage ofthe population with Internet access. In some countries of the Middle East the amount of users have doubled within a 2 year period.

[221-10] Internet Users, 2010

The size of the respective national Internet top-level domain code represents the amount of users. Darker print indicates a higher percentage ofthe population with Internet access. In some countries of the Middle East the amount of users have doubled within a 2 year period.

[221-4] Internet Users, 2006

The size of the respective national Internet top-level domain code represents the amount of users. Darker print indicates a higher percentage ofthe population with Internet access. In some countries of the Middle East the amount of users have doubled within a 2 year period.