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Teenagers relaxed over revenge porn and trolls

tom whitehead | the daily telegraph | 7 December 2015

PA Consulting Group’s new report, Cybercrime Tipping Point, is profiled in The Daily Telegraph. The report examines what the British public wants from the police in response to cybercrime. The article focuses on the attitudes of different generations to cybercrime.

According to the report, teenagers were the least worried about online trolling and revenge porn.  This is despite them spending the most time online and therefore being exposed to greater online risk than other generations. The article reports on the finding that almost half of 16 to 17 year olds were not concerned by trolling, despite 46 percent of them being affected by it.

Carl Roberts, security expert at PA Consulting Group and author of the report, says: “This is everyday life for them in the same way people are not worried about walking down the street and getting called names.”

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