Pew Reviewed published 14 statistics from 2014 that it views as noteworthy. I found several items from the list particularly interesting.
First, privacy is still a problem. A clear majority of American adult consumers -- 91 percent responded agree or strongly agree -- believe that they have lost control of how their personal information is collected and used by private companies:
Second, a clear majority -- 80% said they agree or strongly agree -- that Americans should be concerned about government monitoring of e-mail messages and Internet usage.
Third, since 2006 more Americans value highly Internet access and their mobile phones, compared to other devices:
You can bet that Internet service providers are aware of this, and will prices their services accordingly.