lucy24 - 10:02 pm on Feb 4, 2013 (gmt 0)
On one side: For newspapers as with any periodical, you need to look at the fine print. Literally fine print, and the information will probably not appear in every edition. (Mosts likely depending on applicable law.) It's not how many issues are printed but how many are sold.
On the other side: A physical newspaper-- again as with anything that's physically printed-- will have more than 1.0 readers per copy printed. Numbers will depend on the newspaper. Someone may look over your shoulder when you visit a www site, but it's far less common. You don't leave your laptop on the bus for someone else to browse the same sites. Well, not intentionally anyway ;)