That's according to a new report published on Wednesday from the Internet Foundation in Sweden, the organisation that produces a yearly report on internet use in Sweden as well as oversee the .se top-level domain name.
"When we ask seldom users if they feel part of the information society, they say 'no'. It's not just the elderly, but also a larger group of people, such as women who live in rural areas with local education and low salary. Then it becomes a democratic problem," says Måns Jonansson, digital strategist at the foundation.
The report also found that one in four children aged between 0 and 12 months, were using the internet.
To listen to our interview with Måns Jonansson, click on the link above.