World Internet Project

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The World Internet Project (WIP) is a major, international, collaborative project looking at the social, political and economic impact of the Internet and other new technologies. Conceived as the study of the Internet that should have been conducted of television in its early days, the WIP believes that the Internet's influence will ultimately be far greater than television.

Based at universities and research institutes around the world, the WIP conducts detailed research, generates a wealth of publications and holds annual conferences looking at the impact of these new technologies. The WIP is committed to sharing the results of its work with leaders in the policy, government and business communities as well as with journalists, parents, teachers and any interested citizens.

WIP Publications


Oxford Internet Institute