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For example, access to Wikipedia is provided free of charge by STC to all of its mobile data users, Internet cafes, once prevalent, have become less popular in recent years due to the broad availability and affordability of home broadband access.
Internet cafes are mainly used by youth from lower socio-economic backgrounds to congregate and socialize.
Saudi internet freedom improved slightly in 2015-16 due to greater internet access, although the environment remains marked by pervasive censorship and severe punishments for online activism in support of human rights.
The government continues to promote internet use as a tool for economic development and e-government services, where it is ahead of many countries in the region.
Mobile broadband penetration continued to increase and Saudis remained some of the most active social media users in the world.
According to the organizers of the Beautyworld Middle East event and its research partner Euromonitor International, women in the United Arab Emirates are estimated to spend more on beauty products than women in the UK and France.
The Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vices in Saudi - where there are strict rules governing interaction between men and women who aren't related - had the men deported back to Abu Dhabi in case women should 'fall for them'.
Government ministers and public officials—such as the head of Riyadh’s so-called morality police—have been dismissed from posts due to public uproar over viral videos of abuse on social media.
Large numbers of Saudis use circumvention tools to access banned content and services, even if they are reluctant to express themselves due to strict legal penalties for political, social, or religious speech on certain topics.Saudi Arabia is connected to the internet through two country-level data services providers, the Integrated Telecom Company and Bayanat al-Oula for Network Services, up from a single gateway in years past.These servers, which contain a long list of blocked sites, are placed between the state-owned internet backbone and global servers.Repression has been institutionalized under antiterrorism and cybercrime laws that have instilled fear into activists and ordinary social media users alike.Several well-known activists were sentenced to 8–10 years in prison over the past year, while ordinary citizens and migrant workers were also targeted for smaller online crimes.Overall, infrastructure is not considered a major barrier to access except in remote and sparsely populated areas.Internet penetration is highest in major cities such as Riyadh and Jeddah, as well as in the oil-rich Eastern Province.Young Saudis make up the majority of the user population throughout the country.Saudi Arabia is home to around 20 million internet users.Finally, 86.7 percent of mobile subscriptions are prepaid.The number of mobile subscriptions has dropped from a height of 56 million in 2011 as the government deported thousands of illegal workers and deactivated their prepaid mobile accounts.