It not the facts she has wrong, though some could be, it's the conclusion.
That's probably because she working backwards from a desired end-state (having access to everything, everywhere) and needs to find adequate justification for doing so.
And in the minds of a lot of the populace she's right - because they don't understand the issue either.
 In her view and that of her minders in the Civil Service who, having done PPE or Classics at Oxbridge, don't understand either.
 Most of whom see a computer as a magic box that sometimes breaks down but mostly shows stuff on the Interwebnetthingy.