The number of American adults downloading music continues to grow and two-thirds of those who download or share files say they don't care whether the files are copyrighted or not.
This presentation addressed the findings of the Project's "Ever-Shifting Internet Population" report.
This focus group-based study of Internet savvy middle and high school students found that students report a substantial disconnect between school-based and teacher-directed internet use and home internet use for school.
An overview of how today's student and parents use the Internet to do research, homework, contact schools and teachers, and also sometimes to cheat.
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.
Music downloaders exhibit little concern for copyright protections, but about half also say that they are still buying music that they’ve sampled online.
A first look at who does not go online and why, this study examines the Digital Divide, and highlights the inequalities between various demographic groups, in particular the grey gap between young Americans and seniors.
Women surge online and are even more enthusiastic than men about the way email improves their connections and increases their communication with key family members and friends