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Internet Privacy Tools

INTERNET PRIVACY TOOLS 35% of Americans agreed there is no such thing as online privacy. U.S. adults' view of companies collecting Internet data from users: 59% 33% Privacy Concern by Age Aged 10-17 Aged 35 and older Aged 18-34 79% 77% 70% of teens, aged 10-17, expressed concern about their online privacy. of Internet users, aged 35 and older, agreed no one should be allowed to have access on their personal data or web behavior. of Internet users, aged 18-34, agreed no one should be allowed to have access on their personal data or web behavior. Calerdar Privacy Concerns by Year arch londay 57% were wary of using credit cards online due to privacy issues. 2006 87% of Internet users are 'concerned' about threats to their privacy while online, while 56% reported being 'very concerned' 1998 87% of Americans "definitely would not" or “probably would not" allow advertisers to track them online. 2009 2002 70% of American consumers 64% of Americans found the idea 2010 worry about online privacy of targeted ads invasive. 88% were concerned about websites 2003 sharing their e-mail address, and 91% were concerned about being tracked while using the web 43% of Americans said they are concerned about the government checking their online activities. 57% said they are concerned about companies tracking what they do online. 2011 65% of respondents say that they had 2004 declined to register at an e-commerce site because of privacy concerns 75% of Americans are worried about private companies checking their online activities. 64% are concerned the government is doing 2012 the same. Ways Internet Users Protect Their Online Privacy At least once 58% Every month 39% 58% of users delete cookies from their computer at least once 39% of users delete cookies from their computer every month A 2007 study found 73% of Internet users take actions to protect their online privacy. Reasons of Internet Users Who 43% said they use Firewall to protect online privacy Do Not Take Privacy Actions 38% install Antivirus 31% due to indifference 10% exercise extra precaution sharing information 20% because they do not know how 16% feels there's no need to take online 5% use Antispam privacy actions 10% said they have nothing to hide 3% said privacy tools are ineffective sum dolor S. ctetuer adipiscin lam nonumnmy n od tincidunt ut 1 A recent study showed 4 in 10 Americans believed they "totally" or "mostly" understood how to protect their online privacy. 39% rely on friends, family, and company privacy statements in protecting their online information. Reference:,2817,2414662,00.asp

Internet Privacy Tools

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As technology evolves internet privacy is becoming more and more important. Here's how Americans feels about their privacy online and what they are doing about it.With internet privacy being more and ...




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