December 21, 2014

Center for Digital Future Publishes at USC Annenberg School Publishes World Internet Project Report (4th ed.)

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From the Center for Digital Future at USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism:

The fourth edition of the report features findings on the behavior and views of Internet users and non-users in 11 of the partner countries in the World Internet Project: Australia, Canada, Colombia, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.

The findings are organized into 10 general subject areas covering 42 topics: Internet users and non-users; information-seeking online; access to online services; the Internet and social connections; politics and the Internet; media use, reliability, and importance; user-generated content and social media; online entertainment; online purchasing and personal privacy; and online communication.

The report also includes graphic summaries of findings in 73 charts.

Direct to Complete Report (96 pages; PDF)

See Also: Past Editions of the World Internet Project Report

Also New From Center For Digital Future: Twenty-five percent of PC owners may switch to other devices,   reports the Center for the Digital Future and Bovitz, Inc.

Thanks to @ZornM (Marcia Zorn at NLM) for the tip!

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