Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

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BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

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Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

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Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Greek Internet Regulation Survey (2010)

Data Related to Web Filtering
The first related survey was conducted during June 2010 at Dept. Journalism and Mass Media Communication of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). It was based on a limited but highly educated sample consisting mainly by Ma and PhD students plus teaching stuff of Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication. The verified responses were 55.

Read More

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

BT’s CleanFeed and Online Censorship in UK | 2008

Download the whole research at:
http://webobserver.net/wp-content/files/cleanfeed_edition1.pdf

Data Related to Web Filtering
In UK, no similar survey was conducted until 2007 when Nikolaos Koumartzis conduct one on a limited scale. In summary, the survey showed that 90.21% of all UK Internet users were unaware of the existence of CleanFeed system and from the few that heard about it before only 14.81% were deeply aware of it.

Read More

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Survey 1998 | GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing

Data Related to Web Filtering
A precocious survey was conducted in 1998 at GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing (Depken, 2006). Survey’s scope was to measure the demographic characteristics of the online population, but there was a question stating “I believe that certain information should not be published on the Internet.”.

Read More

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Australian Broadband Survey 2008

Data Related to Web Filtering
Australian Broadband Survey 2008 asked Internet users what they think about Government’s policy regarding web filtering. From 19,763 responses, only 1.2% answered that “I voted Labor and supported filtering policy”.

Read More