The city’s younger generation are easily falling prey to falsehoods and rumours circulating in the cyber world, a study has found. Photo: Sam Tsang The city’s younger generation are easily falling prey to falsehoods and rumours circulating in the cyber world, a study has found. Photo: Sam Tsang
The city’s younger generation are easily falling prey to falsehoods and rumours circulating in the cyber world, a study has found. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Hong Kong youngsters not minding web privacy, survey finds

City’s youth falling prey to and helping spread falsehoods, and sharing other users’ data without consent

Topic |   Internet
The city’s younger generation are easily falling prey to falsehoods and rumours circulating in the cyber world, a study has found. Photo: Sam Tsang The city’s younger generation are easily falling prey to falsehoods and rumours circulating in the cyber world, a study has found. Photo: Sam Tsang
The city’s younger generation are easily falling prey to falsehoods and rumours circulating in the cyber world, a study has found. Photo: Sam Tsang
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