The 2012 edition of Swedes and the Internet is now available. This year’s report shows, among other things, that daily internet use has increased most among school children aged 9-11. Over half of the Swedish population now has access to the internet via their mobile phone and tablet use is taking off with one in five Swedes using one.
Swedes and the Internet is an annual report from .SE (The Internet Infrastructure Foundation) investigating internet and media usage in Sweden. It was launched in 2000 as a part of the international project World Internet Project.
Swedes and the Internet is representative of the Swedish population. It identifies the use of internet and media, and how this affects individuals, families and society.