It took Sneak a while to notice that the lame-brain research noted in yesterday's item analyses data about internet usage that was collected in January 2004. Not only is it intrinsically of doubtful worth, it is also hopelessly out of date.
You may have heard that you can get data that is good, fresh and cheap - pick any two. Or in the case of the EU, you can have data that is crap, old and expensive. And you don't get to pick. And you get all three.
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