The Oxford Internet Institute is a department of the University of Oxford founded in 2001, and is a leading centre for the multidisciplinary study of the Internet and society. The Institute organises frequent discussions with specialists in research, use and regulation of the net. The Oxford Internet Institute webcast portal hosts the entire archive of the Oxford Internet Institute from 2005 to 2011 with numerous speeches, panels and conferences. There are approximately 200 videos of different type and length. They cover a large number of subjects such as social networks, Internet regulation, safety and security online, e-government and democracy, civil society, open access, e-learning, citizen journalism, and the future of the Internet itself. The main videolecture topics deal with the economic and social developments linked to the Internet, focusing on the relationship between politics and the new forms of participation and communication. The documents can be accessed by topic and event or by using a keyword search, or else a free search by title and date. There is a brief description of each video and they can be seen in their entirety on the site in low or high quality and can be downloaded in various formats. There is no other support information nor are there any links to other material. A useful database allows to follow the state of debate on new technology, even though the site does not distinguish itself in terms of either innovation or presentation.