The Center for the Digital Future has released the 11th Digital Future Project Report. The longest-running study of its kind, this year's project includes findings on more than 180 subjects in five major subject areas that explore the views and behavior of Internet users and non-users.
The 2013 report features new questions about negative online attention (bullying, harassment, and unwanted sexual attention), the impact of mobile devices, and a closer examination of the "Millennial Rift" -- the vast differences between how Millennials (age 18-34) and non-Millennials use online sites and services.
The full Digital Future Report: here.
Press release: here.
USA Today's coverage findings about parental supervision of children while on social media websites is here.
The Associated Press coverage of findings that explore personal views about privacy while online, which appeared in more than 500 media outlets, is here.