dstiles - 6:15 pm on Sep 29, 2013 (gmt 0)
I haven't seen a great deal of mixed human/server anywhere as a policy. Depending on the country a lot of people decide to run servers from their broadband-based machines or have servers run for them by trojans/botnets. Some of this is evil users but the botnet stuff is usually lack of computer literacy or lack of a good OS (eg Windows clones, which MS will not (understandably) feed Updates to).
You are probably correct about Brazil, Vietnam etc and I would class those as probably "computer illiteracy" in some form.
Shame about Brazil because, in conjunction with some European countries and a few others, it's trying to build a new and safer internet. Already in demo, from what I can gather, but it will probably be a few more years yet. Certainly it's way past time someone built a decent internet. :(
Poland - I had a lot of dynamic IP hits last year and the year before but very little this year. It's not one I block as I would UA or RU, for example. My semi-blocked countries are: