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information overload

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinformation overloadˌinformation ˈoverload noun [uncountable]  when someone gets too much information at one time, for example on the Internet, and becomes tired and unable to think very carefully about any of it The greater the amount of data, the greater the risk of information overload.
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