Concern About Social-Networking Privacy Jumps

Monday Nov 15th 2010 by Staff

Thirty-six percent of Americans are "very concerned" about the privacy on social networks.

Wall Street Journal: Forrester Research is reporting that 36 percent of Americans say they are "very concerned" about privacy on social networking sites. That's a significant increase from last year, when 30 percent felt the same way.

The increase was largest among older adults. A full 50 percent of those age 54 to 64 said they were "very concerned," compared to 32 percent last year.

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