December 21, 2015 — The Center for the Digital Future has released the sixth edition of the World Internet Project Report, the first global partnership of research institutions that compiles data on the behavior and views of Internet users and non-users worldwide.
The World Internet Project International Report can be downloaded here.
The current report, managed by the Center for the Digital Future at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, merges findings from 20 of the project’s partner countries: Australia, Bahrain, Chile, China, Egypt, Italy, Jordan, Lebanon, New Zealand, Poland, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Uruguay.
Studies by the World Internet Project explore the contemporary evolution of communication technology through findings on 75 subject areas in 10 broad categories:
- 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
- Online Communication
To download any of the Center’s reports, including its annual reports on the impact of digital technology on the United States, or its world reports produced in cooperation its international partners, visit the Center’s Report Download page.