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Topic # 106806 31-Jul-2012 21:33 Send private message

Curious what people think... think about it for a bit first :)

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  Reply # 665208 1-Aug-2012 10:00 Send private message

The internet.




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  Reply # 665210 1-Aug-2012 10:03 Send private message

If we reply, are you just going to tell us how we're wrong?

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  Reply # 665227 1-Aug-2012 10:29 Send private message

might be a question worth qualifying first :

- define largest: quantity / filesize of content? number of unique visitors? and so forth...
- define content provider : what sort of content? media files? hosting services? and so forth...


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  Reply # 665228 1-Aug-2012 10:31 Send private message

bradi: Curious what people think...


What people think or facts?

Facts will be hard - those kinds of numbers are closely guarded.





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  Reply # 665246 1-Aug-2012 10:47 Send private message

You'd probably want to qualify what you mean by content provider too. If you mean companies that host and distribute content, then Akamai probably takes the cake (or possibly Google - Youtube is big bikkies) but if you mean companies that actually produce content, it gets a whole lot harder.



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  Reply # 665818 2-Aug-2012 00:10 Send private message

xpd: The internet.

Made me LOL :) - best answer yet IMHO

kyanar: If we reply, are you just going to tell us how we're wrong?

YES! <g>

khull: might be a question worth qualifying first :

- define largest: quantity / filesize of content? number of unique visitors? and so forth...
- define content provider : what sort of content? media files? hosting services? and so forth...

OK...

largest : most amount of content
content provider : providing content on the Internet

fritasm: What people think or facts?

Facts will be hard - those kinds of numbers are closely guarded.

Your personal view / opinion

kyanar: You'd probably want to qualify what you mean by content provider too. If you mean companies that host and distribute content, then Akamai probably takes the cake (or possibly Google - Youtube is big bikkies) but if you mean companies that actually produce content, it gets a whole lot harder.

Like it ;) Does YouTube provide content?  Does Google?  Does Apple?...

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  Reply # 665819 2-Aug-2012 00:12 Send private message

Porn.




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  Reply # 665822 2-Aug-2012 00:24 Send private message

yeah most definitely the porn industry you only need to type XXX into googles search bar and count the page hits




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  Reply # 665829 2-Aug-2012 01:54 Send private message

I think the idea that porn makes up some vast amount of the internet is largely a myth
(it's big, for sure, but still a very small fraction of overall traffic)

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  Reply # 665840 2-Aug-2012 07:11 Send private message

Megaupload!  Wink

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  Reply # 665871 2-Aug-2012 08:34 Send private message

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  Reply # 665877 2-Aug-2012 08:52 Send private message

Gah, a question without an answer.
OP has gone inactive.

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  Reply # 666293 2-Aug-2012 15:20 Send private message

Akamai




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  Reply # 672504 14-Aug-2012 21:17 Send private message

You (or specifically everyone that uploads, posts, comments, likes, tweets, has a website or blog or any sort of online presence).

You are the Internet.

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  Reply # 672557 14-Aug-2012 22:55 Send private message

wikipedia

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