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Kleiner Perkins general partner Mary Meeker launched the 22nd edition of the Internet Trends Report at the Code Conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, on May 31, 2017.

Dating back to 1995, when Mary was still an equity analyst at Morgan Stanley, the annual report compiles and analyzes data from a wide range of sources, providing insights on the state of the Internet Economy.

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The basic internet plan costs EUR 39 per month for up to 40/4 Mbps and adding TV takes the price to EUR 49.

Gaming is a leading indicator for many elements of today’s consumer/enterprise tech landscape.

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The deck covers a broad array of topics, including global internet user trends, advertising and e-commerce, gaming, online media, digital health, and much, much more.

This guide is intended to highlight some of the key topics of discussion in this year’s edition – and to help media navigate the report.

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