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One supplementary table contains the percentage shares of people aged 12 and over who used the Internet of Things at home in 2020. Cars, refrigerators, ovens, speakers, lighting and much more can be connected to the internet. These devices send and receive data online. All in all, this is called the ‘Internet of Things’ or the ‘Internet of Everything’.

Aside from a table with figures on IoT use, there is a table with the percentage shares of people who did not use it and the main reasons why not.

Source of original article: Statistics Netherlands (CBS) (www.cbs.nl).
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