The Changing of Internet Users Behaviors Compared to One Year Ago, 2018

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Internet Users Are Avoiding Opening E-Mails From Unknown Sender Addresses With a Rate of 43% Compared to 45% One Year Ago, 2018 | UNCTAD

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Internet users worldwide are engaging in a wide range of online activities & actions they consume content, Internet users worldwide are engaging in a wide range of online activities & actions they consume content, communicate, shop, use online banking services and much more online users behaviors are changing rapidly, As the number of Internet users grows rapidly, the way users access the Internet and their behaviors always changes. Understanding Internet user behavior can be complicated since the exponential growth of the Internet, users are more varied and subtle in their usage. The use of modern mobile equipment, such as smartphones, also adds to the complexity of the usage.

Take a glance at Internet users behavior changes in online activities compared to one year ago:

  • 43% of Internet users are avoiding opening emails from unknown email addresses with a rate of compared to 45% in one year ago.
  • 36% of surveyed Internet users are avoiding certain Internet sites compared to 37% a year ago.
  • 36% of online users reported that they are using antivirus software compared to 38% year ago.
The Changing of Internet Users Behaviors Compared to a Year Ago, 2018.

A Graph Shows The Changing of Internet Users Behaviors Compared to One Year Ago, 2018.

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