The last 13 years have been rich with change in the North African Kingdom of Morocco. With the coming of a new king, the beloved Mohammed VI, many things in the country have reformed, and most agree that they have changed for the better. One of the biggest changes, however, has been less talked about. Since the new millennium, Morocco has gone from having 0.3% of its population online to 50%, meaning there now are over 15 million people in the country who have used the Internet at least once (Internet World Stats). In just 13 years Morocco became connected and is now Africa’s leading nation in Internet penetration.