Cultural diversity issuesare about to pounce in the web world
All the observers agree. Video is starting to take over the Internet. As high-speed broadband rolls out around the world, we are seeing a massive increase in internet traffic, driven by file-sharing of video clips and downloads of film and TV shows. Cisco estimates that this year (2008), video isalready accounting for 26% of global Internet traffic; by 2011, this is projected to rise to 68%.
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