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The Plurinational State of Bolivia is a landlocked country of around 12 million people in South America. Internet adoption in the country is relavitvely low and stood at less than 50% until 2019. However, Internet penetration has grown rapidly in recent years and now stands in excess of 60%. Our Internet Resilience score for Bolivia is relatively low and the diversity of retail and transit Internet service provision is poor. The Bolivian Top Level Domain, .bo, is not secured and use of DNSSEC validation is low. IPv6 adoption is about average for the region.