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Time Spent On Social Media Slips, Study Finds

In 2012, Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks and forums, accounted for 22% of time online at the computer, compared to 25% in 2011, the tracking firm Experian said. Entertainment services, such as YouTube and the BBC iPlayer, meanwhile expanded to occupy 15% of time online last year, compared to 13% the previous year. News websites also benefited and attracted 5% of attention, compared to 4% a year earlier.

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