The Norwegian Post and Telecommunications Authority has published since 2011 biannual reports on the state of the electronic communications in Norway, including data on telephony, mobile, and broadband, and covering subscriptions, traffic, sales, market share, and international comparisons.
This is a joint effort by the different Internet regional registries that provides daily data and quarterly summary reports from all world regions on the allocation of IP addresses (IPv4, IPv6) and Autonomous Systems Numbers (ASNs).
This is a Stanford project, an evolution of Memetracker, which tracks the use of specific pieces of content (quotes and their variations) through millions of news articles.
This Portuguese source, though not very active currently, offers a good overview of Internet use in the country through a couple of somewhat dated reports and a chapter on the information society in its annual communications reports.
This British regulator provides figures on online communications: Average time spent per month browsing online on PCs or laptops, Number of UK fixed residential & SME broadband lines, Proportion of adults with broadband in the UK (fixed & mobile), Market shares of fixed broadband providers in the UK, Superfast fixed broadband take-up, Superfast fixed broadband lines, Average UK broadband speed, Proportion of online adults who use social networking sites, Proportion of people who use their mobile handset to access the internet, Proportio
This is a Spanish official observatory of telecommunications and information society. Drawing from national and international data, it produces regular reports on issues such as internet use at home, cybersecurity, or the networked society. It also provides access to a rich data base with statistics on different aspects of the information society:
This source allows users to test the speed of their connections and provides data on network speed. However, most of its results are only accessible to clients—all it offers for free is a real time map of connections.
This is an observatory within the Tor project created to detect traffic manipulation and content blocking. It uses open methodologies, free software and open source tools, and open data.