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Eating too much and exercising too little are voluntary behaviours that can lead to poor health and high health costs. Should governments be trying to make us healthier by banning the sale of large sugary drinks for instance? Join our live Hangout on the topic this Thursday, June 13th, with our Health care correspondent Charlotte Howard and Dr Thomas Farley, New York City Health Commissioner. Share your view and pose questions by commenting below. For more information please visit http://econ.st/18ZFZNx 
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comScore released its 2013 Europe Digital Future in Focus report late last month. Attached are some of the graphs from the report which you can download [see bottom of the post].

Are you surprised by any of the results?

The highlights of their report include:

- 408.3 million people in Europe went online via a PC or laptop in December 2012, a 7 percent increase over the past year.

-Turkey has the biggest proportion of young internet users (aged 15-24) in Europe, whilst Germany has the largest share of older users (aged 55+).

-Over 23 million people in the EU5 countries had a smartphone as well as a tablet in the three month average ending December 2012.

-Social media captures the most PC screen time in Europe with users spending 6.7 hours per month on social networking sites and blogs.

- 8 in 10 European internet users visited a news/information site in December 2012 – time spent on these sites increased by 10 percent throughout the year.

- 14.1 percent of EU5 smartphone owners purchased a product or service via their device in the three month average ending December 2012.

- 2 in 3 Dutch internet users visited a banking site in December 2012, whilst only 18.8 percent of Swiss users visited a site in this category

You can download the full report [registration required] at:
http://www.comscore.com/Insights/Presentations_and_Whitepapers/2013/2013_Europe_Digital_Future_in_Focus

The European Union's Digital Agenda site is at: http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/
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