39% of Internet users would give up cell phone, 33% - TV, 28% - Internet

40% of US Internet users believe people can increase their political power by going online, up from 27% of Web surfers surveyed in 2003, Annenberg School Center for the Digital Future at the University of Southern California reports. When asked which technology they would be most willing to give up, 39% of Internet users choose their cell phone, followed by 33% who would first give up television.

40% of US Internet users believe people can increase their political power by going online, up from 27% of Web surfers surveyed in 2003, Annenberg School Center for the Digital Future at the University of Southern California reports. When asked which technology they would be most willing to give up, 39% of Internet users choose their cell phone, followed by 33% who would first give up television. Only 28% of users say they would be most willing to give up the Internet.

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