# Question: Is The Internet Infinite?

## How much data will the world use in 2020?

In 2020, there will be around 40 trillion gigabytes of data (40 zettabytes)..

## How many YouTube videos exist?

Facts and Numbers The total number of people who use YouTube – 1,300,000,000. 300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute! Almost 5 billion videos are watched on Youtube every single day. In an average month, 8 out of 10 18-49 year-olds watch YouTube.

## How much storage space does Google have?

Every Google Account starts with 15 GB of free storage that’s shared across Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos. When you upgrade to Google One, your total storage increases to 100 GB or more depending on what plan you choose.

## Is everything on the Internet saved?

It’s not everything, as in, 100% of everything posted is guaranteed to live forever in an accessible place. It is “everything”, in that 90% of what goes up will hang around, and you have absolutely no control over it once it goes public.

## Where is Google data stored?

Where does Google store my data? Your data will be stored in Google’s network of data centers. Google maintains a number of geographically distributed data centers.

## How big is the Internet physically?

In 2014, researchers published a study in the journal Supercomputing Frontiers and Innovations estimating the storage capacity of the Internet at 10^24 bytes, or 1 million exabytes. A byte is a data unit comprising 8 bits, and is equal to a single character in one of the words you’re reading now.

## Will YouTube run out of space?

Today, you can get 15.36TB drives (and they are very expensive), but the prices will come down while capcitities will increase. So, it’s unlikely that YouTube, or any other storage service will ‘run out’, short of running out of money to purchase more!

## Does an Exabyte exist?

The unit symbol for the exabyte is EB. 1 EB = 1018bytes = 10006bytes = 1000000000000000000B = 1000 petabytes = 1millionterabytes = 1billiongigabytes. A related unit, the exbibyte, using a binary prefix, is equal to 10246 (=260)bytes, about 15% larger….Exabyte.DecimalValueMetric1Bbyte1000kBkilobyte10002MBmegabyte6 more rows

## Will TV ever die?

In summary, television will never die, but will evolve in terms of distribution and availability once these — and certainly many other — problems are solved. No, at least not in the short to medium term.

## Will the Internet ever run out of space?

The internet as a whole is a large network of computers and servers connected to each other. Each time you use the internet, your storage is being used as well as the storage of the servers you are accessing. … The internet will never run out of space as long as it is needed.

## What is the Internet?

The internet is the wider network that allows computer networks around the world run by companies, governments, universities and other organisations to talk to one another.

## How is Internet stored?

tl;dr: So, in fewer words: the data from the internet is stored in each and every computer (and server) connected to the network. Of the billions of pieces of data we share online daily, the vast majority of it is stored in giant, centralized servers owned by the FAANGs.

## Where is the Internet kept?

tl;dr: So, in fewer words: the data from the internet is stored in each and every computer (and server) connected to the network. Of the billions of pieces of data we share online daily, the vast majority of it is stored in giant, centralized servers owned by the FAANGs.

Yes it will die, everyone said it wont die they had answered in 2016, but if you see the answer in 2018 almost said youtube will die. Youtube wont exist just because few amazing creator content, users need more content choices and youtube already killed small youtubers.

Google will die when it becomes irrelevant, and even then it won’t be an overnight process. … It’s difficult to envision something as big, powerful, and “ever present” as Google going away, but of course they said Yahoo would never die either – it was “too big to fail” – until it did.

## Will the Internet ever die?

If you are referring to “die out” as could someone or a group of people just kill the internet by cutting cords. The answer is no. There are underwater cables that connect continents and even if those were cut the internet would still function for most people. The traffic would very quickly get rerouted elsewhere.

## Who owns the web?

If you think of the Internet as a unified, single entity, then no one owns it. There are organizations that determine the Internet’s structure and how it works, but they don’t have any ownership over the Internet itself. No government can lay claim to owning the Internet, nor can any company.

## What’s the longest YouTube video?

Jonathan Harchick has created and uploaded the longest YouTube video of all time, clocking in at 571 hours, 1 minute and 41 seconds. He says, “I challenge anyone to try and make a longer video.”