France has always been an innovative country with a diverse internet culture, but according to French website Boite de Communication, that’s not the case anymore.
In its latest infographic, Boite d’Infographie Algerie (BII), the French government agency that tracks and studies the web’s influence in the country, states that the French public is no longer interested in the web as it is, and instead prefers a more traditional and more local approach to the web.
Boite du Communication explains: “France is a small country and we are a country of small countries.
The internet has a lot of influence on our daily lives.
Our internet is a part of our daily life and we don’t want to lose this.”
Boite des Infographie Aussiés (BIAI) – the French version of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) – also found that a similar trend exists, stating that the majority of French internet users prefer to visit an online resource.
The French internet is more localised, less international, and less internationalised than the rest of the world, and the French internet industry is more internationalised, but the main trend is to use the internet in France, rather than elsewhere in Europe.
This trend, in fact, is a clear reflection of the country’s current economic and political situation, and of the fact that the internet has become a vital part of life.