You can access World Bank Open Data at the following link:
Your basic navigation options are shown below:
As an example of what you can find, I selected the “Indicators” tab, then looked under the “Infrastructure” heading and found that data on “Internet users (per 100 people)” were available. These data are viewable in different formats (tabular, map, graph). The map results for the period 2010 – 2014 are shown below:
Resolution is at the country level, so the country-wide average values are not representative of usage in remote areas of the country (i.e., the Canadian northern territories). Nonetheless, the map of the global distribution of Internet users is an interesting result that is quickly available from World Bank data.
The World Bank website look like an interesting site to explore at your leisure.