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Netflix, YouTube account for half of North American Internet traffic: report

Briefs | 11/11/2013 7:37 pm EST

A new report shows that Netflix Inc. and Google Inc.’s YouTube are the source of more than half the traffic being accessed by Internet users on fixed networks in North America.

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