Poll: Teens care as much as their elders do about online privacy

10/8/2010 | Fast Company magazine

Teens care just as much about online privacy as older consumers do, despite perceptions to the contrary. The vast majority of teens surveyed in a new poll said search engines and social media sites should be required to get permission before collecting personal data, and 92% of 15- to 18-year-olds expressed the belief that users should be able to request the deletion of information collected by search engines, social networks and online marketers.

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