Hispanics and the Internet
Hispanics who speak English make up one of the fastest growing minority Internet user groups in the country. These users are enthusiastic daily users of the Web, often looking for entertainment and information that is useful to their daily lives.Lat…
Teenage Life Online
A detailed look at how children and young adults have incorporated the Internet into their lives, with a focus on family and friend relationships, and fervor with which adolescents use instant messaging technology.
The Music Downloading Deluge
Between July-August 2000 and February 2001, the number of American adults who have downloaded music online shot up more than 40%. In another recent survey, 53% of online teens 12-17 reported downloading music.
Fear of Online Crime
Americans are deeply worried about criminal activity online, and these concerns may be a factor in the public’s support of the right of the FBI and other law enforcement agencies to intercept criminal suspects’ email.
Risky Business: Americans see greed, cluelessness behind dot-coms’ comeuppance
Most Americans attribute dot-com difficulties to overeager investors looking for quick payoffs and to the poor business plans of dot-com entrepreneurs.
More Online, Doing More
During the second half of 2000, when much attention was focused on the struggles of dot-com firms, the overall Internet population continued to grow at a healthy clip as women, minorities, and others flocked online.