The latest Digital 2019 report from Hootsuite and We Are Social shows that we are online on average 6 hours and 42 minutes a day. In the Philippines, for example, Internet users spend 10.02 hours online every day, while in Brazil they spend 9.20 hours late. Interestingly, however, the breakdown of data by country shows that the most enthusiastic Internet users are mostly in developing and middle-income countries. In comparison, Japanese users were online for only 3 hours and 45 minutes, while French users were online for only 4 hours and 38 minutes. For many simple figures, showing that almost seven hours a day are spent online, this serves only to draw attention to the epidemic. The figures for 2019 show a slight decrease compared to the previous year, when 6 hours and 49 minutes were spent online. This corresponds to more than 100 days online per year for every Internet user. With almost 9000 words about the modern landscape of the Internet and social networks, it is certainly worth taking a look at it. And while these results can be interpreted as an upward trend in Internet connectivity, they also serve to highlight the fundamentally addictive nature of the Internet. A survey conducted among Chinese youth in 2018 showed that the prevalence of Internet addiction was 26.5%. The “Digital 2019” report is available today. This figure may seem huge, but it is absolutely astronomical if we spread it out over the whole year. Are we all dependent on the Internet? Well, maybe so.