Online Threats and Fears Are Changing Consumer Behavior
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Online Threats and Fears Are Changing Consumer Behavior Susannah Fox IAPP Privacy Academy 2005 October 28, 2005 Las Vegas, Nevada. Communication technology use. 68% of American adults and 87% of teens go online 53% of Americans who go online from home connect via high-speed

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Communication technology use

Online Threats and Fears Are Changing Consumer BehaviorSusannah FoxIAPP Privacy Academy 2005October 28, 2005Las Vegas, Nevada


Communication technology use

Communication technology use

  • 68% of American adults and 87% of teens go online

  • 53% of Americans who go online from home connect via high-speed

  • 74% of adults and 47% of teens have cell phones

  • 18% of adult online users have laptops with wireless modems


Portrait of access

Portrait of Access


Share of americans online by age jan may 2005 combined data

Share of Americans online by age(Jan-May 2005 combined data)


Percent online and with home high speed by education jan may 2005 combined data

Percent online and with home high-speedby education (Jan-May 2005 combined data)


Users overestimate awareness preparedness aol ncsa online safety study october 2004

Users overestimate awareness, preparedness(AOL/NCSA Online Safety Study October 2004)


Spam is on the rise but email users seem more resigned pip data

Spam is on the rise, but email users seem more resigned(PIP data)


Once burned twice shy pip may 2005 data

Once burned, twice shy(PIP May 2005 data)


Internet users change their behavior after getting hit by spyware pip may 2005 data

Internet users change their behavior after getting hit by spyware(PIP May 2005 data)


For more information

For more information

  • Email me: [email protected]

  • Read our reports and download data sets: www.pewinternet.org (click on “Public Policy” to see “Digital Divisions,” “Spyware,” “Spam and Phishing” and other topics).


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