Households adopted more internet services during lockdowns - study

Thursday 6 May 2021 | 13:51 CET | News
People generally adopted new internet services during the covid-19 led lockdowns, but this increased use also marked a rise in consumer fears about digital well-being, with many considering privacy anew and also seeking more downtime from connected devices, according to an EY study conducted among 18,000 households in Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the UK and the US in December 2020 and January 2021. This trend will demand an urgent shift in approach from providers, the study concluded.

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Categories: General
Companies: EY
Countries: World
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