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Topic # 12565 24-Mar-2007 23:44
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We are number two for searches of porn*, if this is to believed. Just behind South Africa.

Good to see we aren't falling behind in the OECD ratings for that!



* I know there was another thread about this which was relating to searchs inside NZ as far as I know but this is comparing NZ as a whole to the world!




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  Reply # 64914 24-Mar-2007 23:50
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I'm glad I live in a dirty country.

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  Reply # 64917 25-Mar-2007 02:28
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Interestingly we are at the top or near to it in just about every trend.

Does this mean we use the internet more than most countries? Is our uptake much higher than we have been lead to believe?

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  Reply # 64925 25-Mar-2007 10:06
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Is that correct? Surely we're not that dirty!



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  Reply # 64931 25-Mar-2007 11:04
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bradstewart: Interestingly we are at the top or near to it in just about every trend.

Does this mean we use the internet more than most countries? Is our uptake much higher than we have been lead to believe?


Luckily when it comes to some searches, like googling about invading iraq - we are not the highest... I'd make some joke about Bush googling for guidance in the war but I would get trolled (remind internet nz to lobby the government because we aren't in the top 10).






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  Reply # 64933 25-Mar-2007 11:15
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So based on the porn trend and this trend for passwords...

Password Trend

Does that mean that not only are we a dirty nation but we're not overly willing to pay for it and we're patient to to wait excessively long download times?




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Reply # 64935 25-Mar-2007 11:20
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[massive troll]Lets  regulate the pr0n sites with LLU! Who cares about who owns the photos of the models, lets offer them on the cheap to anyone! [/massive troll]




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  Reply # 65612 30-Mar-2007 15:07
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Ok,
We have a statistically proven interest in porn. But no means of efficently delivering the content to us.
How about some studios come to new zealand and pour some money into LLU, or build a backbone and sell it to a few ISP's.

They could bid to buy the fibre that runs alongside the main rail trunk.




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Reply # 65613 30-Mar-2007 15:11
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You can already download content without any issues (look at people using bittorrent to download much larger images)- the problem (for the users anyway) is that they have to pay to produce the stuff anyway, which is a turn off for many users (see also online music stores vs peer to peer).




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  Reply # 65620 30-Mar-2007 15:28
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cokemaster: You can already download content without any issues (look at people using bittorrent to download much larger images)- the problem (for the users anyway) is that they have to pay to produce the stuff anyway, which is a turn off for many users (see also online music stores vs peer to peer).


Most of these bit torrent downloads will be running over the dsl network which I regard as inefficent because it has too many bottlenecks.




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