Knowledge Questions In all ages most of the participants keep the same password for multiply accounts. Only in the mid- age groups had someone have their identity stolen.
The Results Most of the younger generations (0-29 years old) are more willing to give out information online than the older generations (30 and older). Information: location, thoughts and DOB The age group 30 to 59 have also been victim to their identity stolen.
The Safest Generation? Out of all the responds for this survey the most careful age group was 40-59 years old. They were more likely to read legal agreements, and exclude posting their personal information online.
Conclusion The responds was too small for a definite conclusion. There needs to be a good selections from each age group. Out of the ones surveyed, each age group has some that don’t practice good online safety. Overall the older generations show to be more careful with their information.
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