Nashville, TN - A recent study found U.S. workers will burn four billion gigabytes of data on Monday showing coworkers Super Bowl commercials they've already seen.
"According to our research, it doesn't matter if you tell them you've already watched it," said head scientist, Bill Glover. "They are going to show it to you no matter what."
The study went on to show that 90% of the data used would be from company networks while 10% would be personal data. It is estimated that the Billy Murray Groundhog Day ad alone will require 900 million gigabytes of data.
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