Reactions to hacking and data theft in Great Britain 2013, by age

If your online accounts were compromised and your data was stolen, which of the following, if any, would best describe how you would react?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Dec 1, 2013
Reactions to hacking and data theft in Great Britain 2013, by age This statistic displays reacations of British survey respondents to hypothetical hacking and personal data theft as of December 2013, by age. Respondents aged 65+ were most likely to report they would react to a hacking by resetting their accound details and carrying on using the service, at 34 percent of respondents in this group.
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If your online accounts were compromised and your data was stolen, which of the following, if any, would best describe how you would react?

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