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The sheer quantity of data floating around the Internet every millisecond is nearly impossible to comprehend.
But Cisco went for it, with a mind-boggling infographic called “The Internet In 2015,” aka “The Dawn of the Zettabyte.”
What’s a zettabyte, you ask? See below for the answer to that, and a sneak peek at just how exponentially our online rich media consumption is expected to increase.
Relatively, the world wide web is still in its infancy, but plagiarism is already a major problem.
Since 2009, the amount of plagiarized content on the internet has leapt from 25 percent to 44 percent last year, and this uptrend is expected to continue through 2012. File-sharing, as you might expect, is the number one source of plagiarism, but web and video content are also heavily copied and shared, and a lot of that takes place on social media.