posted on Jan, 7 2015 @ 05:20 PM
Here's an interesting statistic:
"As of 2014 Google has indexed 200 Terabytes (TB) of data ... However, Google’s 200 TB is just an estimated 0.004 percent of the total Internet.
Perhaps even more impressive is the fact that 16 years of video is uploaded to YouTube every day."
"According to computer giant IBM, 2.5 exabytes - that's 2.5 billion gigabytes (GB) - of data was generated every day in 2012. That's big by
anyone's standards. "About 75% of data is unstructured, coming from sources such as text, voice and video," says Mr Miles. "
Sales of hard disk drives are around 130 million per year. Assuming they latest models are 4 Terabytes of data, that's an additional 500 million
Terabytes of storage each year. Even desktop servers and laptop PC's are coming with 4 Terabytes of storage and millions are sold each year. Each of
these gives a good estimate of the potential size of the darknet.
About 130 millio