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    Internet gambling is for the most part, illegal in both the United States and Canada yet a January Ipsos Reid survey has found that only 23% of Canadian respondents know Internet gambling was illegal in this country. In the U.S., 37% of respondents to the survey were aware that Internet...
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    Internet gambling is for the most part, illegal in both the United States and Canada yet a January Ipsos Reid survey has found that only 23% of Canadian respondents know Internet gambling is illegal in this country. In the U.S., 37% of respondents to the survey were aware that Internet gambling...
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    The average online Canadian spends 18.1 hours per week online versus 16.9 hours watching television according to the results of a recent survey by Ipsos Reid. The firm's findings were based on an internet only survey of 839 adult Canadians who were part of an Ipsos online panel. The research...
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    For the past fifteen years, Ipsos Reid has been monitoring the Canadian Internet user on a monthly basis and this week the firm reported on some the biggest changes since 1995. Researchers say the biggest differences between 1995 and the present is the percentage of Canadians who have access to...
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    A new study released by Ipsos Reid examining Online Privacy and Security has found that 34% of online Canadians are ‘very concerned’ with their Online Security, a decline of 13% from 2003. However, those online Canadians who state that they are ‘somewhat concerned’ increased by 11%. The overall...
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    A telephone survey conducted by Ipsos Reid this past summer has found that over four in five Canadians (82%) now have Internet access at home. The researchers say this represents a 6% increase from the second quarter of 2008 and a 4% increase from six months earlier. The researchers say the...
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