Among US smartphone users, Millennials were more amenable to the idea that their smartphones were tracking everything from physical activity to news preferences.
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60% of internet users said they were very concerned about the criminal use of AI technologies.
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Most US adults are wary about using free Wi-Fi when it’s offered at public places such as bookstores, coffee shops and hotels—primarily because of privacy concerns.
Millennials (19-35) tend to be more trusting than older generations when it comes to institutions safeguarding their personal data.
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More than one-third (37%) of US adults have decided not to do business with a company because of something they learned about how the company conducts itself.