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Popularity online saving further down
The aggregate amount deposited by Dutch households in online savings accounts exceeded 55 billion euro by the end of 2008, i.e. 11 billion down on the end of 2007.
over one third of internet users engaged in cloud computing
More than one in three internet users in the age category 12 years and older were engaged in cloud computing in 2014. Young internet users in particular tend to embrace this internet facility, which...
Nearly 3 in 5 Dutch people used online platforms in 2019
In 2019, 58 percent of the Dutch population aged 12 years and over had made use of online platforms to order or exchange goods or services.
Hoeveel jongeren worden online gepest?
5,3 procent van de 12- tot 25-jarige internetgebruikers is in 2018 naar eigen zeggen wel eens online gepest, gestalkt of bedreigd. Dat zijn ruim 140 duizend jongeren. Meisjes hadden hier bijna twee...
A premium from the salary/ benefits paid by the employer or social security institution as a compensation for social security premiums paid by the employees or recipients of benefits.
More and more media products via the internet
In 2008, more than half of people in the Netherlands who use the internet use it to listen to the radio or watch TV, and nearly half download newspapers.
Smartphones used most for mobile internet access
Smartphones have ousted laptops as the most popular devices for mobile internet access in the Netherlands. Many young people, in particular, use smartphones almost daily to go online wherever they...
Netherlands in EU top 5 online shopping
In 2017, 57 percent of the EU population purchased goods or services online. In the Netherlands, 79 percent of people aged 16 to 74 were shopping online that year, putting the Netherlands in the EU...
More and more Dutch people shop online
Nearly 10 million people in the Netherlands regularly shop online. They are buying more and more clothes online, especially women. Most online shoppers buy only new products.
Rapid increase internet usage among older people
The share of 65 to 75-year-olds in the Netherlands active on the internet has more than doubled since 2005. Internet usage in the Netherlands in this age category is among the highest in the EU.
Dutch internet skills above EU average
The Dutch population aged 16-74 years became more skilled in using the internet between 2010 and 2013. The level of internet skills in the Dutch population is higher than average in the European Union
Dutch couples increasingly meet online or at work
More and more Dutch couples are meeting via the internet or at work, while fewer people met on an evening out or on holiday in the last ten years.
9 in 10 people access the internet every day
Access to the internet wherever and whenever you want: last year, 9 in 10 people accessed the internet on a daily basis. Today, Statistics Netherlands announced that a faster internet connection,...
A clearer picture of online platforms in the Netherlands
Whether we want to sell new or second-hand products, book a hotel room or simply share photos on social media, online platforms are taking on an ever-greater role, both in our society and in our...
Seven out of ten Caribbean Netherlands inhabitants regularly online
Three-quarters of households in the Caribbean Netherlands had internet access at home in 2013. Of the people who had used internet in the three months prior to the study, 86 percent went...
One third of over-75s use the internet
In 2012, one in three over-75s used the internet. More men than women in this age group use the internet. E-mailing and retrieving information are popular, social media are rarely used.
Nearly 2.5 million people victims of cybercrime in 2021
In 2021, nearly 2.5 million people in the Netherlands aged 15 or older (17 percent of the population) said they had fallen victim to cybercrime. Most victims encountered online scams and fraud.
Home Internet access rate highest in the Netherlands
With 94 percent in 2011 (versus 78 percent in 2005), the Netherlands has had the highest proportion of households with access to the Internet from home in Europe for years on end.