DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that the United Nations declared internet access as a human right in 2011? It stated that limiting a person's access to the Internet is a violation of their human rights under international law. Yet, the Internet access provision in the United States is falling behind other countries. For example, Estonia has a far, far lower GDP and yet offers free WiFi pretty much everywhere in such country. In Estonia, parks, airports, restaurants and even forests have access to free WiFi hotspots. The country takes pride in this capacity to be technologically advance. This is despite them being a small country from Eastern Europe.
The government of Estonia calls its relationship with the digital world as "e-Estonia". Their country has been dubbed as one of the best e-societies in the world. Estonia ranks 24th in the Networked Readiness Index throughout the world. However, not all places or countries have the capacity to offer free WiFi hotspots everywhere. The emergence of offline browsers is a big help to be able to save and access online content even without internet connection. There are various fast and offline browsers for different platforms and devices that can help internet users in many ways.