December 16, 2014
Lucas Mearian reports:
An international survey of Internet users has found that more than 39% have taken steps to protect their online privacy and security as a result of spying revelations by one-time NSA employee Edward Snowden.
The survey, conducted by the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI), found that 43% of Internet users now avoid certain websites and applications and 39% change their passwords regularly.
The survey reached 23,376 Internet users in 24 countries and was conducted between Oct. 7 and Nov. 12.
Read more on Computerworld.
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