Byline: RACHAEL MISSTEAR
A MASSIVE campaign will be launched this week in a bid to drive online the one in six Welsh adults who have never accessed the internet.
Out of the UK's 9.2 million adults - the combined size of the entire population of its five biggest cities - that have never used the internet, approximately 500,000 live in the Wales, new figures reveal.
More than half of those are among the most disadvantaged; 39% are over 65; 38% are unemployed and 19% are families with children.
But now a government-backed initiative dubbed Race Online 2012 aims to introduce those who do not have access to the internet's potential as a growing communication and information forum.
Martha Lane Fox, who co-founded the internet site …