Center for Internet Research
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The Center for Internet Research (TCFIR) is a non-profit (501(c)(3)), transdisciplinary research organization created with the purpose of systematically investigating the vast intersection of Internet technology and the human experience. This exploration is taking place from a variety of perspectives including information technology, computer science, humanities, ethics, psychology, commerce, politics, public policy, anthropology, semiotics, sociology, andragogy, and pedagogy with projects that span the industrial, government, scientific and academic domains. TCFIR believes that the Internet is both a tool for research and the object of research. Accordingly, this point of view rejects the dichotomy of Internet studies and Internet research.