The CIUS examines Internet access and use, along with the use of Internet-connected smart devices, social connections in the digital age, use of government online services, e-commerce, digital skills, security, privacy and trust, online work and the knowledge and adoption of new digital technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, digital credentials and cryptocurrencies. The CIUS also measures barriers to: Internet access and use, online services, and various digital technologies.
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AbdulHussein, Ali, Cozzarin, Brian, and Dimitrov, Stanko (2022).
Changes in consumer spending behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic across product categories
Electronic Commerce Research
Michael Haight, Anabel Quan-Haase, and Bradley A. Corbett (2014).
Revisiting the digital divide in Canada: The impact of demographic factors on access to the internet, level of online activity, and social networking site usage
Information, Communication and Society , 4