Survey: 77% of U.K. Internet Users Feel Internet is Becoming More Dangerous

Despite relatively few people being affected by data breeches or hacks, a growing number of consumers are concerned about increased security threats online.

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Pretty much every company that operates online has become a big data company. And this constant data mining has been putting users on edge for some time now. New survey data from Broadband Genie, a consumer comparison site, indicates that users in the U.K. don’t have a lot of confidence in the companies holding their data.

Broadband Genie surveyed 3,440 Internet users and discovered that many believe the Internet is getting more dangerous and are looking for ways to protect themselves.

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