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