Flinders, Karl
November 2007
Computer Weekly;11/20/2007, p90
Trade Publication
The article offers information regarding a study on the increasing usage of computers and the Internet by the older people. According to the study of 750 people conducted by Sarah Robson, 90% of Internet enabled 50 year old people included in the survey spent at least 10 hours a week online and most of them visited social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace and YouTube. Robson suggested that in many cases like Internet usage, they are surpassing the younger segments of society as their purchasing power is rising of all consumer spending in Great Britain.


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