10 surprising stats and facts about the digital age

For instance, people younger than 30 think email is passé, while nearly all children two and younger have ‘digital shadows.’

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Here are 10 of the more surprising things mentioned in the latest version of the video:

1. Generations Y and Z consider email passé: Some universities have even stopped issuing email addresses to students.

2. 92 percent of children under the age of 2 have “digital shadows.”

3. If Wikipedia were made into a book, it would be 2.25 million pages.

4. 90 percent of customers trust peer recommendations compared with 14 percent who trust advertising.

5. Facebook’s 1 billion members makes it the third largest nation in the world (behind China and India).

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