Young people do care about privacy, despite what Mark Zuckerberg and George Brandis say | ABC News

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Millennials don’t care about privacy because they share (or overshare) their life on social media, right? But it’s not actually that simple. A new survey sheds some light on what young Australians really think about online privacy. The survey of 1,600 people, commissioned by the digital rights and governance group at the University of Sydney, asked a series of questions about privacy in the digital world. Nearly 40 per cent of respondents disagreed with the statement, “There is no privacy, get over it” — and young people were more likely to disagree. People over 70 were the most likely to agree that there is no privacy online, and that people should get over it.

Full article ABC News online 27 November 2017