Percentage of . . .
Companies that store and review employee e-mail: 47
Online porn traffic that occurs during the 9-to-5 work day: 70
Children between the ages of 5 and 17 (48 million in all) who use computers: 90
People who have used the Internet to flirt: 57
Workplace Internet use that is not related to business: 30–40
Kids online who have been solicited for sex in the last year: 20
Workers who have no specific objective when they surf the Internet: 33
2002 political campaigns that engaged in online fundraising: 55+
etc . . .
The top three word searches on the Internet?
Though narrowing, the digital divide still exists. About half of the U.S. population (49.5 percent of households) does not use the Internet.
Children and teenagers surf the Internet more than any other age group.
Revenue from e-gambling will climb to $14.5 billion by 2006.
Workers go online an average of 41 times a day.
Sources: Spy-Patrol.com, Websense.com, Politics Online, and thePewResearchCenter