Internet data usage in the U.S. has continued to rise, jumping 120 percent in the past year, reports the Washington Post. That’s according to a study from Sandvine, an analysis firm that releases an annual report on the world’s data networks. The report also underscored a rise in online video viewing, reporting that traffic to Netflix makes up approximately one-third of the bandwidth use in North America. Other streaming services, such as Hulu or Amazon, make up just over 1 percent of traffic each, Techradar reported…

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