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Selected news stories about the Pew Internet Project and articles citing our data.
Jan 14, 2005Nightly Business Report
"The power of blogging is all around us. Families are using blogs to search for word of tsunami victims. Fact-checking bloggers are claiming credit for breaking the story on Dan Rather and memo-gate. Now corporations are watching and wondering ...
Jan 10, 2005The New York Times
“Some of the more cherished notions of the Internet age - that it isolates people from real-world interaction, for instance, or that people use the Web to find reinforcement for their political views and filter out opposing ones - generate deeply ...
Jan 10, 2005InformationWeek
“Once past the agreement that the network infrastructure is vulnerable to attack, for instance, the experts' second-most agreed upon prediction was that as computing devices become embedded in everything from clothes and cars to phones and pharmac...
Jan 10, 2005Minnesota Public Radio's Future Tense
“Among the predictions of 1,200 tech industry leaders, scholars, and analysts: The U.S. will be the target of a major cyber attack in the next decade."
Dec 6, 2004washingpost.com
“We know what piracy debaters Lars Ulrich and Chuck D think of file sharing. But aside from the few who speak out publicly, musical artists typically sit out the rhetorical crossfire over copyright protection. This silent majority is the centra...
Dec 6, 2004New York Times
''The overall picture,'' said Lee Rainie, the director of the Pew Project, ''is that the musician-artistic community has a much wider range of views and experiences than folks who watch the Washington debate about copyright might imagine.''
Oct 22, 2004The Washington Post
According to the Pew Internet and American Life Project, 26 percent of adult Internet users have posted such a rating. More experienced and active users were more likely to have done so, as were men and younger adults.
"The more voices...
Oct 13, 2004InternetNews.com
"The Pew telephone survey of 2,200 American adults was undertaken just one month before the U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation to allow prescription drug imports from Canada and other countries. The Senate has not enacted similar l...
Oct 11, 2004CBSNews.com
Of the 4 percent of Americans who bought online, the vast majority went to pharmacies based in the United States, meaning the population of online drug importers is even smaller. Most said the site required a prescription and said they had one fro...
Oct 7, 2004The New York Times
'In particular, IM seems to be moving onto cellphones,' said Amanda Lenhart, a research specialist for Pew Internet. 'Our sense was that text messaging and IM was beginning to blur.'
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The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trusts.
The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trust.