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Pornhub Reveals Explicit Traffic Numbers

Every minute, on average, Pornhub has 80,032 visits from people who conduct 77,861 searches and view 219,985 videos. That’s 11,082 hours of video watched per minute, transferring 12,550 gigabytes of data. Fourteen videos are uploaded every minute, adding up to about 2.8 hours of video time per minute. These numbers may seem paltry compared with the number of videos viewed per minute on YouTube (4.5 million) or searches conducted on Google per minute (3.8 million), but they’re staggering when you consider they’re all for one site. – Eric Griffith, PCMag » https://ift.tt/2RxDRKc

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Doctor Who materialises into most streamed on Xmas BritBox

Tracking subscriber habits from Christmas Eve through to Boxing Day, the most streamed series on the platform was Doctor Who Classic. In the first 24 hours of its availability on the service, fans flocked to stream the collection of more than 600 episodes, outstripping the popularity of other series by almost 20:1. This was the first time such a collection of Doctor Who Classic has been available to stream in the UK. – Rapid TV News » https://ift.tt/2QszMpY [photo: BBC/Doctor Who]

Pornhub Reveals Explicit Traffic Numbers

Every minute, on average, Pornhub has 80,032 visits from people who conduct 77,861 searches and view 219,985 videos. That’s 11,082 hours of video watched per minute, transferring 12,550 gigabytes of data. Fourteen videos are uploaded every minute, adding up to about 2.8 hours of video time per minute. These numbers may seem paltry compared with the number of videos viewed per minute on YouTube (4.5 million) or searches conducted on Google per minute (3.8 million), but they’re staggering when you consider they’re all for one site. – Eric Griffith, PCMag » https://ift.tt/2EDXNoE

MoviePass security lapse exposed customer card numbers

Mossab Hussein, a security researcher at Dubai-based cybersecurity firm SpiderSilk, found an exposed database on one of the company’s many subdomains. The database was massive, containing 161 million records at the time of writing and growing in real time. Many of the records were normal computer-generated logging messages used to ensure the running of the service — but many also included sensitive user information, such as MoviePass customer card numbers. – Zack Whittaker, TechCrunch » https://tcrn.ch/31YoeiH

The FTC looks to change children’s privacy law following complaints about YouTube

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is considering an update to the laws governing children’s privacy online, known as the COPPA Rule (or, the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act). The Rule first went into effect in 2000 and was amended in 2013 to address changes in how children use mobile devices and social networking sites. Now, the FTC believes it may be due for more revisions. The organization is seeking input and comments on possible updates, some of which are specifically focused on how to address sites that aren’t necessarily aimed at children, but have large numbers of child users. – Sarah Perez, TechCrunch » https://tcrn.ch/2XY4TMb

Netflix suffers first major loss of US subscribers, blames price hikes

The company lost approximately 130,000 subscribers in the United States in Q2, and only gained 2.7 million global subscribers, after projecting it would add 5 million. CEO Reed Hastings blamed the stagnancy on the company’s price hikes, and a lack of original content to bring in new subscribers. The company instituted higher pricing plans in January, one of its biggest increases to date. Plan changes went into effect for both new and returning subscribers. As such, paid memberships in the United States were “essentially flat.” – Julia Alexander, The Verge » https://ift.tt/2XNYPKH

Fox News reaches digital heights

Also for the quarter, FOX News Digital bested CNN.com in the multiplatform minute category with nearly 11.8 billion minutes spent, compared to CNN.com’s 8.5 billion. FOX News Digital was up 45% versus the second quarter of 2018 in multi-platform minutes, while CNN.com increased 8%. – Michelle Clancy, Rapid TV News » https://ift.tt/32oOYtw

Amazon plans nationwide broadband—with both home and mobile service

“The Kuiper System covers the area between 56°N and 56°S latitudes,” the Amazon subsidiary told the FCC. “Accordingly, customers throughout [the] continental US, Hawaii, and all US territories will have access to Kuiper System services. So too will customers in many other countries within the coverage area. The Kuiper System will not provide FSS [fixed-satellite service] in the majority of Alaska, however, because the state’s high latitude is outside of the coverage area.” – Jon Brodkin, Ars Technica » https://ift.tt/2JwITCQ

Spotify Lite for Android gets an official launch in 36 countries

The app is designed to work on patchy or weak internet connections and, at just 10MB, it is small enough to cater to lower-end devices that have limited storage or older phones. Spotify Lite is limited to Android devices running version 4.3 or newer, and it is open to both paying and non-paying users. For those worried about maxing out their data plan, the app comes with an optional limit that can tell you when you are close to hitting that buffer. – Jon Russell, TechCrunch » https://tcrn.ch/2NIDNIV

TV Long View: Streaming Future Suffers from Lack of Transparency

For audiences, the lack of transparency in digital viewing could lead to more situations like the cancellation of One Day at a Time with Netflix. A lack of public information about how many people had watched the show helped fuel confusion and outrage about why the streamer dropped the show — especially after Netflix lamented on social media about how sad the decision was. – Rick Porter, The Hollywood Reporter » http://bit.ly/30C8MJ0
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