amsterdam - Young people are still not aware of the dangers of the Internet. Microsoft reports based on a survey PanelWizard did among 1098 teenagers between 12 and 18 years.
More than a quarter (27.2 percent) of young people sometimes shares his login information for social media, email or internet banking with friends or acquaintances. Four in ten have ever gotten himself password from friends or acquaintances. Furthermore, almost one experienced in five young people that was signed without permission on his social media account by another.
To make young people more aware of the danger, Microsoft created a hoax with boy band B-Brave. The band leaked last week, 'accidentally' the phone number of one of the boys in a message on Snapchat and Instagram. Within a day, he received more than six hundred four thousand phone calls and messages. In a film that is put online Friday warned the band to share personal information.