The Pew Research Center's Internet Project offers access to raw data sets from their research which are made available as single compressed archive files (.zip file).
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Information and communication technologies are transforming the way in which we communicate, govern, work, manage crises, do business and spend our free time. These changes are, in turn, driving new policy development to address the societal impacts of digital technologies. The UK Data Service holds data on a wide range of ICT topics, such as mobile communication, telework, social-media, radio, television, internet use, mass media, infrastructure, security and trust. This key research area helps us to understand how the fast evolving world of digital technologies impacts people's lives and communities, changes the way we interact, affects our cultural experiences and could shape our future society and economy.
World Press Trends (WPT) Database is a dynamic continuously updated database includes the summary tables, also allowing users to produce their own, customized reports, which can be exported to PDF or to Excel format.
WPT Report and Database (2009 ed.) is available in PDF format via Weblearn.
The Yearbook provides a wide range of statistical data on the four main industry branches of the audiovisual sector in Europe: the film industry; television; video/DVD; on-demand audiovisual services. The Yearbook provides three sub-sets of data, delivered as it becomes available: Detailed tables and figures; country profiles; key trends reports. The figures are available in Excel tables and graphs, and the text is available in PDF version.
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UK Government Web Archive is preserving digital government information by regularly archiving UK central government websites.
The Legal Deposit UK Web Archive includes millions of websites obtained through the annual archiving of the entire UK domain. It may only be accessed on reading room computers on premises controlled by the Library.
Collections of archived web sites selected by subject specialists to represent web-based information on a designated topic.