One could easily expect baby boomers to be laggards when it comes to using the web. But a September 2013 poll conducted of US internet users ages 50 or older conducted by security firm McAfee indicates otherwise.
The poll found that this group spent an average of five hours online, only an hour less than did those ages 10 to 23. The survey also found a substantial difference when the boomer generation was broken into two age groups, with those ages 50 to 61 spending an average of five hours and 42 minutes online, and those ages 62 to 75 spending an average of four hours and 36 minutes on the web. Read the rest at eMarketer.