This chart shows if and how internet users around the world have changed their behavior following last year's revelations by Edward Snowden regarding online surveillance activities of the U.S. government.
This chart shows the countries with the largest estimated number of people living in modern slavery in 2014.
This chart breaks down North American internet traffic during peak hours by application.
This chart shows the results of a survey asking people how they think life on Earth began originally.
This chart shows how Americans spent their free time in 2013.
This chart illustrates the rise of holiday season e-commerce spending in the United States from 2005 through 2013 and a forecast of 2014 spending.
This chart shows the top ten countries with the most deaths from terrorist incidents in 2013.
This chart shows who makes the most positive/negative contribution to political debate.
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