Intel Annual ‘Mobile Etiquette’ Study Examines Online Sharing Behaviors Around the World; Global Perception of ‘Oversharing’ Revealed

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Across the globe, people share information online for two main reasons: connection and expression. The majority of adults and teens report feeling better connected with family and friends because they share online.
Most adults and teens say people “overshare” and divulge too much information about themselves online.
Nearly all countries surveyed report that mobile manners have become worse compared to a year ago.
 

 
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 5, 2012 – According to a recent multi-country study commissioned by Intel Corporation and conducted by Ipsos Observer* on…

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