Concern of Australian users regarding data theft through apps 2012

This statistic gives information on the level of concern with personal information being stolen while using mobile apps according to smartphone and tablet owners in Australia. During a survey in October 2012, it was found that only 9 percent of mobile device owners where not at all concerned.

Level of concern with personal data being stolen through apps according to Australian mobile users in October 2012

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Sources

Release date

January 2013

Region

Australia

Survey time period

October 2012

Age group

8-19 years

Special properties

Smartphone and tablet owners

Supplementary notes

The sourve does not provide information regarding the number of respondents.

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