How U.S. Consumers Really Think About Online Privacy by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, April 21, 2023 Tinuiti found that 88% of respondents to its recent survey believe technology powered by artificial intelligence will heighten privacy concerns in the future. The findings from the third annual privacy study looked at attitudes that shape online behavior and preferences … Continue reading How U.S. Consumers Really Think About Online Privacy
The poll of U.S. and U.K. consumers also found that people are changing their behavior and sharing less information online. Greg Sterling on July 10, 2019 Call it privacy fatalism, but people appear increasingly resigned to an internet in which privacy is “impossible.” As a consequence, they may be permanently changing their behavior and sharing … Continue reading Most consumers believe online privacy is impossible, survey finds
Patti Podnar — May 13, 2019 Follow @PodnarWriting — May 13, 2019 The average American adult spends 11 hours a day on some type of digital media. A lot of that time is spent watching videos through platforms like Amazon Prime or Netflix, or reading content on news sites. And then there are social media … Continue reading Got Online Privacy? Not as Much As You Think.
by Laura Bruck November 22, 2015 Follow @EZShieldNovember 22, 2015 Teaching your teens about technology probably sounds like the making of a bad joke. As a parent of Generation Z, I know firsthand that my kids will out tweet, out snap and out share me any day of the week. After all, it’s practically hard-coded … Continue reading Growing up Cyber: Generation Z and Online Privacy