CNET: Americans’ online privacy worries center on money — and porn, a bit

Jul 29, 2014
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According to a survey, Americans say their biggest concern with online infiltrators is that their financial info will be spied on. Some even admit they’re worried about privacy while browsing porn

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Privacy worries

If I were to consider running for president — which I am still doing, however irrationally — it’s clear that the most promising platform is to be socially liberal and fiscally conservative.

I fancy that Americans will never fall out of love with money. However, our attitudes toward personal relations, sex, and all that are now at least approaching Holland’s in 1997.

I have just received what I consider marginal proof of this.

You might imagine that all the online spying that occurs daily would have Americans clenching their stronger muscles and reverting to social conservatism, especially in digital matters.

However, research that has fallen before my eyes, pre-publication, suggests this may not be the case. This study wondered which online activities Americans wanted to protect most from prying eyes.

A mere 16 percent of those surveyed said one of their biggest worries was being spied upon while watching pornography.

How should one react?

Keep reading…

Tom Hymes’ analysis at AVN

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