|Study Finds Less Trusting Internet Users|
|Associated Press News Wire (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Wed, 26 Oct 2005 11:03:50 -0500
As identity theft has grown, so has fear of being victimized through|
high-tech means. A new study finds some computer users are cutting
back on time spent surfing the Internet. Some have also stopped buying
altogether on the Web.
The report from Consumer Reports WebWatch finds nearly a third of
Some 80 percent of Internet users say they're at least somewhat
The survey was of 1,500 U.S. Web users aged 18 and older.
Copyright 2005 The Associated Press.
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