Spyware and the threat of unwanted programs being secretly loaded onto computers are becoming serious threats online.
Pew Internet Project Reports Cited in Grokster Supreme Court Documents
Pew Internet Project reports were recently cited in several Supreme Court documents relating to the MGM v. Grokster case.
Online newspapers gain a foothold
New research shows that the Web sites of newspapers are gaining ground.
Anticipating the Supreme Court Grokster ruling
Our surveys shed light on public and elite attitudes about free online file sharing and copyright.
The debate over regulating the internet
Comments to the Federal Election Commission show how divided opinion is about bloggers and their role in politics.
Use of web cams
One out of six American adult internet users (16%) have gone online to view another person or a place via a web cam.
Online sports fantasy leagues
One in 12 adult American internet users participates in sports fantasy leagues online.
eBay Rides the Wave
Our surveys now show that one in four internet users have tried their hand at online auctions, and that the absolute number of online auction participants has been growing along with the overall internet population.
Millions of Americans will welcome new access to industrial-strength health information — but they’ll miss the articles from one major journal.
Some 55% of adult internet users have looked for “how-to,” “do-it-yourself” or repair information online.