HUFFINGTON POST
12/02/2014 08:28 am ET Updated Dec 02, 2014

The Global Geography Of Internet Addiction

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Thanks to its young population armed with smartphones, Brazil beat nine other Internet-connected countries for its citizens’ frequency of web use, according to a new report from business consultancy A.T. Kearney.

The study surveyed people who use the Internet at least once a week. The respondents also skewed toward the young, with 64 percent aged 45 or younger. In this survey, 51 percent of Brazilian Internet users said they were online all day long, and 20 percent used the Internet more than 10 times a day.

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