Despite limited access, online habits of the developing world aren't that different from ours

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Researcher Payal Arora found that contrary to pundits who talk about the use of the internet for finding jobs, and education, people in the developing world do exactly what we do: socialize, share silly videos, watch pornography. In her new book, The Next Billion Users, she digs into our suppositions around internet use, and explores how people with limited funds and spotty internet access navigate privacy, and social mores online.

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