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A Nation Online: How Americans are Expanding Their Use of the Internet, measures the number of Americans who used the Internet in 2001. (February 2002)

Falling Through the Net: Toward Digital Inclusion, the fourth report in a series, studies the extent of digital inclusion by looking at households and individuals that have a computer and Internet connection.(October 2000)

Falling Through the Net: Defining the Digital Divide, is a study of nationwide telephone penetration, computer ownership, and Internet access and use, broken down by income, race, age, educational attainment and region.(7-08-1999)

Falling Through the Net: New Data on the The Digital Divide, the follow-up report to the 1995 release, is a study of nationwide telephone penetration, computer ownership, and Internet access and use, broken down by income, race, age, educational attainment and region. (7-30-1998)

The New Universal Service: A User's Guide and overview and to the FCC's universal service order that was released in May, 1997. It is geared towards ultimate users of the Universal Service Fund and provides eligibility information and planned starting dates for different categories of assistance. (Press Release) (7-17-1997)

Telemedicine Report to Congress summarizes the work of the Joint Working Group on Telemedicine and details the legal, political and technical issues that face telemedicine expansion. (01-31-1997)

Falling Through the Net: A Survey of the "Have Nots" in Rural and Urban America, is a study of nationwide telephone penetration and computer and modem ownership and use, broken down by income, race, age, educational attainment and region. (7-1995)


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