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To IT - Information Technology25/06/2015

Report Suggests Young People May Abandon Social Media If Privacy Breaches Continue In a report released this week (oddly) by USA Network, survey data shows that 55 percent of young people would eschew social media entirely “if they could start fresh.” Additionally, if major breaches of their privacy were to continue, 75 percent of young people said they were at least “somewhat likely” to deactivate their personal social media accounts, with 23 percent saying they were “highly likely” to do so. Young Americans’ sense of privacy online has been so violated that most of them believe that it’s safer to store their personal data in a box than in the cloud. Indeed, the survey said that physical filing systems were actually listed as the “most trusted” personal data storage method for young people.

Report Suggests Young People May Abandon Social Media If Privacy Breaches Continue
Report Suggests Young People May Abandon Social Media If Privacy Breaches Continue
goo.gl With all of the revelations of data snooping and privacy violations at the hands of government agencies and clandestine hacker groups, a new report...
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