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Experiences of negative online activity among internet users in the UK 2016-2017

Which, if any, of the following have you personally experienced in the last twelve months?*

Experiences of negative online activity among internet users in the UK 2016-2017 This statistic displays the findings of a survey on experiences of any negative types of online activity among internet users in the United Kingdom (UK) between 2016 and 2017. In 2016, 15 percent of respondents reported having encountered a computer virus on devices used to go online. By 2017 this number had reduced to 14 percent of responding internet users. In the two years in question, years it was by far the most common negative internet experience. Hacking of email accounts was the second most common negative experience. Financial/personal information theft and online trolling remained rare over the period covered.
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Which, if any, of the following have you personally experienced in the last twelve months?*

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This statistic displays the findings of a survey on experiences of any negative types of online activity among internet users in the United Kingdom (UK) between 2016 and 2017. In 2016, 15 percent of respondents reported having encountered a computer virus on devices used to go online. By 2017 this number had reduced to 14 percent of responding internet users. In the two years in question, years it was by far the most common negative internet experience. Hacking of email accounts was the second most common negative experience. Financial/personal information theft and online trolling remained rare over the period covered.
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