Moroccan Youth Increasingly Addicted to Internet: Report
Rabat – Young Moroccans are becoming more and more addicted to Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), a new report has found.
The National Telecommunication Regulatory Agency (ANRT) published the 11th edition of the annual National Survey on Information and Communication Technologies within households and individuals for 2014.
Launched in the first quarter of 2015, the 2014 survey “monitors both the trends in the telecommunications market and some of the changes taking place in Moroccan society where uses are progressing, especially with the democratization of the internet and the increasing growth of social networks,” ANRT said in a communiqué.
The target population was households in rural and urban areas. The survey used a sample which comprised of 1820 households, including 1220 in urban areas and 600 in rural areas.