Research + News | Topic: Internet
Jun 20, 2018
Next Year, People Will Spend More Time Online Than They Will Watching TV. That’s A First.
In 2019, people are expected to spend an average of 170.6 minutes each day on online activities like watching videos on YouTube, sharing photos on Facebook and shopping on Amazon. They’ll spend slightly less time — 170.3 minutes —watching TV. Read the full article here.
Jun 5, 2018
Homework, Not Games, The Reason Why China’s Teens Go Online?
Homework, not gaming, was the top reason cited by teenage respondents for going online, according to a study by Tencent Holdings, which is facing public scrutiny over its role in policing gaming addiction among youths. Read the article here.
Apr 26, 2018
Fixing The Broken Web – Before It’s Too Late
What can be done to fix the state of the Internet? Read the article here.
Apr 25, 2018
I Was Sold On Backpage.com: The Story Of Jane Doe
Backpage has been shut down in a collaborative effort between the FBI and other government agencies. However, to give this victory meaning we need to understand how child sex trafficking impacts all of us. Read the article here.
Apr 3, 2018
Google Is Equipping More Rural School Buses With Wi-Fi And Chromebooks
Providing students with dependable Wi-Fi before and after school is a boon for those who might lack broadband internet at home, giving them two opportunities daily to complete assignments or study for exams while on the bus. Read the article here.
Mar 8, 2018
What Happened Online in 2017 Within 60 Seconds?
This is a quick compendium of things up and downloaded, posted and searched for, sent and received, listened to and watched in bits and bytes. View the infographic and access the report here.
Feb 23, 2018
Gen Z Engaging With 10 Hours Of Online Content A Day
According to research by Adobe into the UK’s content consumption habits, Generation Z spend a whopping 10.6 hours engaging with online content every single day. Read the article here.
Jan 19, 2018
Does The Internet Change Beliefs About Religious Affiliations?
New research finds that the digital environment, specifically the Internet, may decrease the likelihood of a person affiliating with a religious tradition or believing that only one religion is true. Read the article here.
Dec 14, 2017
Teens Don’t Realize How Much Their Parents Track Them Online
More than a quarter of parents use a device to track or monitor their kids’ online activity. Read the article here.
Jul 13, 2017
The Worst Things Your Kid Can Learn On The Internet
Being aware that kids can discover some iffy stuff online – and discussing what to do with the information – are the best ways to keep kids safe. Read this blog post from Common Sense Media here.