The Fold  ·   August 21, 2013

They've got no mail: 60 million live without Internet

- Nearly 20 percent of U.S. adults don’t use the Internet. That means that roughly 60 million people, many of them elderly, poor and minorities, have no access to technology the rest of us increasingly consider mission-critical to modern life. The Post's Caitlin Dewey breaks down the numbers. ()

- Nearly 20 percent of U.S. adults don’t use the Internet. That means that roughly 60 million people, many of them elderly, poor and minorities, have no access to technology the rest of us increasingly consider mission-critical to modern life. The Post's Caitlin Dewey breaks down the numbers. ()

They've got no mail: 60 million live without Internet (2:53)

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