This telecoms regulator offers monthly data on the number of internet subscriptions in Bangladesh and, since 2008, publishes yearly reports with limited information on Internet penetration in the country.
The Center for Applied Internet Data Analysis provides impressive amounts of data and reports on network workload, anonymization, network topology, performance, routing, multicast, autonomous systems, and IP addresses.
THE CRTC provides qualitative information about telecommunications in Canada including the speed of the internet content, traffic management practices, and the price of internet services. Additionally, it lists internet service providers in Canada.
This site provides a list of internet companies that explicitly deny having received a legal process that they cannot reveal they have received, and assumes that if this explicit denial is not subsequently made it is because such process is occurring.
Attention: As of May 2016, Canary Watch is no longer being maintained. The Electronic Frontier Foundation, a collaborator for the project, provides an explanation on its blog.
This Dutch provider of official statistics provides figures on different fields, and a few have to do with the Internet: a report on the use of information and communication technologies or a brief note on online shopping
This recently inaugurated research and training center has published or is conducting research on Twitter use, social media and news agenda, and online news.