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PPIC research and news is available through RSS feeds; get immediate notice of new reports, blog posts, events, and more as they are released.

New to RSS Feeds? See our FAQs and Selected RSS Readers to learn more.

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What is RSS?


Short for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary, this handy service is revolutionizing the way we search for content.

How Do RSS Feeds Benefit Me?


You don’t necessarily have to keep checking back to our site to see if it’s been updated – all you need to do is subscribe to the RSS feed, much like you would subscribe to a newspaper, and then read the updates from the site, delivered via RSS feeds, in what’s called a “feed/news reader.”

How do RSS feeds work?


RSS feeds really couldn’t be simpler.

They’re basically simple text files that, once submitted to feed/news directories, will allow subscribers to see content within a very short time after it’s updated (sometimes as short as 30 minutes or less; it’s getting faster all the time).

This content can be aggregated to be viewed even more easily by using a feed reader. A feed reader, or feed aggregator, is just a really simple way to view all your feeds at one time via one interface.

What Are The RSS Terms of Use?

PPIC offers RSS as a free service to any individual user or non-profit organization, subject to the following terms and conditions:

  • Use will be for non-commercial purposes.
  • Use is limited to platforms in which a functional link is made available allowing immediate display of the full article or video on the ppic.org platform, as specified in the feed.
  • Use is accompanied by proper attribution to PPIC as the source.

By accessing our RSS service you are indicating your understanding and agreement that you will not use PPIC RSS in contravention of the above conditions. PPIC reserves the right to discontinue this service at any time and further reserves the right to request the immediate cessation of any specific use of its RSS service.

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