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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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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



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)



Once burned twice shy pip may 2005 data
Once burned, twice shy(PIP May 2005 data)



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