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if you were to compile all the data on the internet onto one drive, how big would it need to be?

asked Nov 10 '12 at 02:17

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There is no figure, the internet grows so rapidly, and there are so many servers and computers connect that it would be almost impossible to measure it

answered Nov 10 '12 at 05:57

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Tim Fontana

It would need to be infinitely huge. I can't remember how many hours of video alone are uploaded daily. It wouldn't ever be possible unless you 'turned off' the internet for a few months to catalogue all the content.

answered Nov 10 '12 at 09:51

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