Canadians With Internet Access At Work Spend 1.6 Billion Hours A Year Surfing The Net For Personal Reasons

38% of Canadians With Internet Access From Work Spend An Average of 4.5 Hours Per Week Surfing For Personal Reasons, Double The Number From 2000

Wednesday, April 09, 2003

Vancouver, BC – A new Ipsos-Reid study shows that Canadian adults who use the Internet at work are spending four and a half hours surfing the web for personal reasons during a typical week, more than double the number of hours spent in 2000.

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Canadians With Internet Access At Work Spend 1.6 Billion Hours A Year Surfing The Net For Personal Reasons

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Ipsos Reid
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