The Internet is responsible for a larger percentage of the UK’s economy than any other G20 industrial or developing nation, a new study from Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has discovered. According to BBC News, BCG figures show that the UK’s “Internet economy” was worth £121 billion pounds (approximately $192 billion) in 2010 — or in excess of £2000 ($3,176) per person.

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