Saudi sex chatrooms
Mobile broadband penetration has jumped from 94.5 percent in 2014 to 102 percent in 2015, with some 35 million mobile broadband subscriptions.Standard mobile phone subscriptions have reached to 51.8 million, resulting in a penetration rate of 167.7 percent.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.Social media is heavily monitored and law enforcement agencies have sought to break or bypass encryption in order to spy on users.While the internet has fundamentally changed the way that young Saudis interact with each other, the authoritarian tendencies of the country’s political and religious establishments remain fully present in the minds of internet users, whose democratic aspirations remain blocked.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.
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.
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.
All user requests that arrive via Saudi internet service providers (ISPs) travel through these servers, where they can be filtered and possibly blocked.
International internet bandwidth increased from 318 Gbps in 2010 to 1321 Gbps in 2014.
Fixed broadband subscriptions stood at 45.3 percent of all households, with a majority using ADSL connections.