data smog
 n.— «She said most of her peers don’t know where to turn on the Internet besides free search engines. “It’s complicated,” she said. The Association of College and Research Librarians refers to it as “data smog.” Students deal with an abundance of information available to them from the comfort of their computer desk, but they can’t necessarily weed through it without training.» —“Most youths may be tech savvy, but they lack ‘digital literacy,’ report says” by Leila Fadel Star-Telegram (Fort Worth, Texas) July 26, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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