Ohio: More than 10,000 people arrested for streaming online content in 2016

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources said on Tuesday that more than 10.1 million people had their internet connection cut off because they were streaming their favorite TV shows and movies online.

The agency said it was releasing the data, which came from the Internet Usage Report, on the first day of the new fiscal year.

It said that the data included a breakdown of how many people streamed shows and films, as well as when and how often they did so.

In 2016, about 9.5 million people across the state were streaming content online, which is about 1 in 10 Ohioans.

The numbers don’t include Ohio’s population, which was estimated at 11.1.

Ohio officials had previously said that 1.5 billion streams were happening across the country each month, but that was a conservative estimate based on data from services like Hulu and Netflix.

They said the data was based on streaming services such as Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Prime and others that offer an online service.

The department said the average monthly time spent on streaming sites in Ohio was about six hours.

About 6 percent of Ohioans were caught streaming more than one hour a day.

“Our goal is to continue to be a leader in providing access to content online while protecting consumers’ rights,” said ODNR Director David Bienenstock in a statement.

“We are committed to protecting our citizens and our economy, and we’re working to make sure that our data is used to provide the best information possible.”