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US Broadband, OS, and Browser Stats

Devin Coldewey (via Dan Luu):

For instance, the FCC report suggests that broadband, as it is currently defined, is not currently available to around 25 million people. Sounds reasonable. But Microsoft’s data says that some 163 million people “do not use the internet at broadband speeds.”

Those aren’t the same thing, obviously, but you’d think if a person had broadband available they would use it at least now and then, right?

Erie Meyer:

It’s wild to me that

- There were 3.57 billion visits to government websites over the last 90 days
- We know that because it’s public thanks to analytics.usa.gov
- We also have hard data about OS, browser + version, and format data about how Americans are using the web

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