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Report Adds Up Americans' Daily Appetite For Data

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Report Adds Up Americans' Daily Appetite For Data

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Report Adds Up Americans' Daily Appetite For Data

Report Adds Up Americans' Daily Appetite For Data

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In the consumer report "How Much Information?" University of California technology management professor Roger Bohn writes that average Americans consume about 34 gigabytes of data daily across all media, including television, radio, computer games, music and the Internet. More information.

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