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Reunion Sites 17 September 2003 One in four home internet users report that they have visited a reunion site such as FriendsReunited in the last three months (27%), according to MORI's research for the Mintel Internet Quarterly Report. Reunion Sites
Knowledge Of WiFi Hotspots 31 July 2003 Research by MORI amongst home PC users shows seven in 10 are unable to identify a 'WiFi hotspot' from a given list of definitions. Knowledge Of WiFi Hotspots
Security Fears Over Online Banking 21 May 2003 Security fears are holding back six million people in Britain from banking online, according to a major study by MORI. The research, commissioned by RSA Security, shows 28% of British people see security as the number one barrier to banking online. But mobile phones could be the key to unlocking the market. Security Fears Over Online Banking
Internet Café At Christmas Shelter Reconnects Homeless People With Old Friends & Family 23 December 2001 New MORI research published by Crisis shows that for 83% of the British public, contact with family is the most important aspect of Christmas. However, Crisis has found that for many homeless and vulnerable people, the memory of family members or friends they have lost touch with over the years can be the most painful aspect of Christmas. Internet Café At Christmas Shelter Reconnects Homeless People With Old Friends & Family
Oftel Publishes Results Of Dial-Up Internet Access Review 31 January 2002 The UK has a competitive dial-up Internet access market with a wide range of unmetered and metered services available to consumers at low prices, Oftel's review of the Internet market has concluded. Oftel Publishes Results Of Dial-Up Internet Access Review
The Egg Index: 54% Of Britons Now Using Interactive Technologies 11 December 2001 Egg/MORI report registers 37.5% increase in online banking in 6 months - now at 5.5 million users The Egg Index: 54% Of Britons Now Using Interactive Technologies
Clicking With Confidence This Christmas 29 November 2001 DTI campaign shows that Internet shopping is safer than you think Clicking With Confidence This Christmas
Clicking With Confidence This Christmas 29 November 2001 Public attitudes to and knowledge of internet transactions Clicking With Confidence This Christmas
Guardian Unlimited Is MPs' Favourite Newspaper Website 1 October 2001 In a new poll of Members of Parliament commissioned by MORI, it was found that 40% of MPs use Guardian Unlimited, far ahead of its nearest competitor, making it the most popular newspaper website among politicians. It was also found that almost half (49%) of Labour MPs turned to Guardian Unlimited as their online newspaper of choice. Guardian Unlimited Is MPs' Favourite Newspaper Website
Use of the Internet in the UK Election 10 August 2001 Q1 Which of these, if any, do you personally use … ? and which others? [By "PC" we mean a desktop, laptop or any other computer you may use; by "the internet" we mean using the internet/world wide web via any device] Use of the Internet in the UK Election
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