Table - Degree To Which Americans Are Concerned About Non-Recipients Reading Their Emails

Three-quarters of US email users—which represent nearly all internet users in the country—are worried about someone reading their email, according to research from Virtru conducted by Harris Interactive.

Relatively few people were “extremely concerned,” while a plurality fell into the “somewhat concerned” bucket. No demographic factors, including age, income and presence of children in household, seemed to make a difference in how people felt about their email privacy. Read the rest at eMarketer.