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Most common fears regarding cyber crime among Italian teenagers in 2017

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Italy: fears about cyber crime among teenagers by age group 2017 This statistic illustrates the most common fears regarding cyber crime among Italian teenagers in 2017, broken down by age group. According to the study, about a third (32 percent) of respondents aged between 12 and 14 were worried about reading vulgar or violent content on the Internet, while over forty percent of teenagers of both age groups feared meeting ill-intentioned strangers online.
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This statistic illustrates the most common fears regarding cyber crime among Italian teenagers in 2017, broken down by age group. According to the study, about a third (32 percent) of respondents aged between 12 and 14 were worried about reading vulgar or violent content on the Internet, while over forty percent of teenagers of both age groups feared meeting ill-intentioned strangers online.
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Release date
February 2018
Region
Italy
Survey time period
2017
Number of respondents
1,000 respondents
Age group
12-18 years
Supplementary notes
The source does not provide information on the original wording used during the survey.
Thus, the wording chosen for this statistic may differ slightly from the one in the survey.

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