The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has published the results of a massive internet census, revealing some surprisingly surprising findings about the internet.
The census, which is part of the Federal Communications Act of 1934, was launched in November.
It was launched as part of a broader push to get internet access across the US, and included questions about the quality of broadband connections and whether people could access the internet in their own homes.
However, it also revealed some interesting data about the overall quality of internet access in the US.
The results showed that people in most areas were able to access the net more often than those in rural areas.
The most important finding is that people are using the internet more than they did just a few years ago, but there are also some other interesting findings in the data.
Among the findings was that the majority of people were still able to do things online at the same rate as a decade ago.
“The majority of adults are still using their cellphones or other electronic devices for some internet-related purposes, but they’re doing so more often and in greater numbers than they used to,” FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel said in a statement.
And people are still accessing the internet at a significantly faster rate than they were 10 years ago.
“This is due to an increase in the proportion of Americans who are able to connect to the internet,” she said.
“The number of people who are online more than five times a day has increased by about one-third over the last 10 years.”
The FCC also said the internet is becoming more secure, but it remains an open question whether the same security features have been introduced in other parts of the world, such as in India.
“We do not have a clear answer on how widespread vulnerabilities exist in the internet infrastructure, whether there are vulnerabilities in software or hardware, or if any countries have implemented any security measures,” Rosenwobcel said.
She also said she hoped the FCC would work with industry stakeholders to improve the quality and timeliness of the census data.