How the Fair Housing Act intersected with Pew Internet Project data via Craigslist.
If only 20% of auto shops accurately diagnose car troubles, a lot of people may understand that, for cars and other matters, another opinion is well worth seeking.
Keeping an eye on the Dr. Google vs. Dr. Microsoft horserace.
What if your search queries for the last 18 months were archived along with your IP address? Would anything embarrassing come up, like how many times you searched for your own name or the name of your ex?
36% of online American adults consult Wikipedia
51% of internet users ages 18 to 29 have looked online for housing information and 9% do so on a typical day.
Nearly two in five adult internet users in the U.S. (39%) have gone online to look for information about a place to live, up from 34% in 2004 and 27% in 2000.
Most internet users start at a search engine when looking for health information online. Very few check the source and date of the information they find.
48% of internet users said they have stopped visiting certain Web sites that they fear might deposit unwanted programs – and that was before Google started warning people about wandering into unsafe territory.
Nearly 60 million online Americans use search engines on an average day.