No, not pedal-powered PCs. Just some rather foolish statistics from 'a YouGov study of 2,100 Britons on behalf of information service 118118'.
• 34% of Britons would choose Internet access over exercise for a month
Well, that's not much of a surprise.
• 20% state that they pay the Internet more attention than their partner (Londoners were worst for this - 27%)
Ditto. Like most Internet scaremongering this misses the point that many people interact with friends on line (though I do think online interactions can easily be short and shallow).
• 54% found the loss of Internet in their home singularly more stressful than loss of gas, water or electricity.
This is obviously based on people who haven't had a power cut in a while and who haven't thought it through. The laptop screen will give you light and t'Web for a while, but what happens when you can't make a cup of tea, eh?