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Wednesday, 31st May 2006
Internet Filtering Map (Global) from ONI; 2004 E-commerce Multi-sector Report; Red Herring 100
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Source: OpenNet Initiative
Internet Filtering Map (Global)
Cool. Search or browse. Two maps available:
+ Filtering Technology
+ Global Filtering Map
Electronic Commerce--United States--Statistics
Source: U.S. Census
Recently Released, 2004 E-commerce Multi-sector Report
"The official source of e-commerce for key sectors of the economy."
Complete Report ||| Tables ||| Forms
Source: Red Herring
New, Red Herring 100 (North America), 2006
See Also: Red Herring 100 (Europe)
Sport Utility Vehicles--United States--Rollover Ratings
Just Released, New 2006 Rollover Rankings Show Improvement
Higher Education--United States--Statistics
Just Released, Student Financing of Graduate and First-Professional Education: 2003-04
"This report uses the 2003-04 NPSAS data to describe the characteristics of graduate and first-professional students and how they finance their education, with a section focusing on students who attend exclusively part time. The report also includes a compendium of tables providing detailed data on student and enrollment characteristics, types of financial aid, sources of financial aid, and employment while enrolled."
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