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Published on September 5, 2002, this report looks at how the September 11 terrorist attacks affected online content and changed the way Americans feel about Internet use. The 65-page document is divided into seven chapters, and its findings are based on research and surveys by the Pew Internet Project. Some of the material describes Americans' views on electronic information protection, such as government policies to withhold sensitive information. Another important topic addressed in the report is how Americans have changed the way they use the Web. From "do-it-yourself journalism" to online religious expression, this report might be one of the most comprehensive analyses on the effects September 11 had on the Internet.
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Date of Scout Publication 2002-09-13
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/nsdl/met/2002/0913

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