Setting the Table for the National Broadband Plan
Research specialist Aaron Smith will be a panelist at the first panel of BroadbandCensus.com’s series “Setting the Table for the National Broadband Plan.” The panelists will consider the FCC’s summer broadband workshops, and how individuals and en…
Stimulating Broadband: If Obama builds it, will they log on?
Investment in broadband has become part of the broader discussion about President Obama’s economic stimulus package. How easy will it be to increase the pool of broadband subscribers or to encourage existing ones to upgrade their connection speeds?
The financial crisis online
Online activists and concerned citizens are using the internet to learn about the financial crisis, share their views on the proposed bailout, and organize their friends.
“Privacy Online: How Americans feel… the ways they are responding to new threats … and why they are changing their online behavior”
Seven basic things to understand about Americans and their privacy in the internet age.
Privacy and security online: A status report
Seven things to know about online security and privacy.
The debate over regulating the internet
Comments to the Federal Election Commission show how divided opinion is about bloggers and their role in politics.
Baby v. bathwater
Bill Gates sounds off on music file sharing.
Search Queries About Social Security
A recent PIP report found that on any given day 38 million Americans consult a search engine. So it stands to reason that, as the national debate about Social Security continues, internet users may turn to search engines for links to sites that m…
The campaign against pornographic spam gains momentum.
As President Bush declares one of his main goals for his second term to be to reform Social Security, a number of bloggers have united in opposition and are using the internet as a tool for political organization and action.