The World Internet Project has published its second annual global findings on the impact of online technology -- a five-continent collaboration creates an international picture of change produced by the Internet.
The 2010 World Internet Project report (available for purchase online) includes:
* New findings about how the Internet is used and how it affects a variety of beliefs, attitudes, and behavior around the world. The data was collected in Chile, Colombia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Italy, Macao, Mexico, Portugal, Sweden, and the United States.
* The only report of its kind, the World Internet Project features a comprehensive exploration of:
* 463 charts of findings
* Nine major areas of study
* 87 specific subjects and detailed responses
The World Internet Project has been exploring the impact of online technology since 1999. The study, which began in the United States, Singapore and Italy, is creating new understanding of the Internet as a worldwide communications and information-gathering tool. This second annual report will be followed by subsequent yearly releases that will include data from our expanding group (now numbering over 20) of partner countries and regions.