U.S. internet users sharing passwords with friends and family 2016

Share of internet users in the United States who have shared passwords to online accounts with friends or family as of May 2016, by age group

by J. Clement, last edited May 23, 2017
U.S. internet users sharing passwords with friends and family 2016 This statistic shows the share of internet users in the United States who have shared passwords to their online accounts with friends and family as of May 2016, by age group. During the survey period, 74 percent of respondents aged 65 and above had not shared online passwords with family and friends.
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Share of internet users in the United States who have shared passwords to online accounts with friends or family as of May 2016, by age group

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