An easy example I could think of would be Youtube Videos.
5Vs characteristics (Volume, Velocity, Variety, Veracity, and Value)
Volume: The volume of Youtube videos are enormous. 3.7 million videos are uploaded every day with 200,000+ hours of content.
Velocity: Since videos are constantly being uploaded, viewed, and shared in real-time with users all across the globe, there is a unending stream of video uploads, views, likes, comments, and shares which demonstrates the velocity of the platform
Variety: Youtube Videos are diverse in their nature and requires special treatment. Some are music videos and should be included in the “Youtube Music” app and be optimized for streaming. Some have super high video quality (60fps, 4k, etc.) and requires special treatment. Some are for kids, and it is important to examine that there is no malicious content included in them.
Veracity: Youtube videos need to be accurate and of high quality to ensure the viewing experience of the audience. Also, there are often videos of illegal content being uploaded to Youtube (violence, pornographic, etc.). It is therefore important for algorithms to be in place to moderate and filter out inappropriate content.
Value: YouTube videos possess significant value, both for viewers and organizations (as you can probably tell from how much Youtubers earn). For users, YouTube offers entertainment and information. For organizations and content creators, YouTube provides a platform for marketing, advertising, brand building, and reaching a wide audience, and increasing profit. Analyzing YouTube video data can also offer insights into user preferences and trends, which can be valuable for marketing.