November 1, 2017 — The Center for the Digital Future has released the eighth edition of the World Internet Project International Report, the compilation of findings from the first global partnership of research institutions that surveys the behavior and views of users and non-users of digital technology worldwide.

The new World Internet Project International Report can be downloaded here.

The World Internet Project study, managed by the Center for the Digital Future at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, merges findings from 12 of the project’s partner countries:  Egypt, Greece,  Lebanon, New Zealand, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, and the United States.

The 106-page report includes 65 subject areas in eight broad categories:

  • Internet users and non-users
  • Politics and the internet
  • Media use, reliability, and importance
  • Online security and personal privacy
  • Keeping connected through the internet
  • Research and education
  • Buying, selling, and financial management
  • Online entertainment and personal interest

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.

November 1, 2017