Majority of Aussies sharing too much detail of their lives online, finds survey
Sydney, Sep 7 (ANI): A vast majority of Australians are possibly sharing too much detail of their lives online, a new survey has revealed.
According to Intel's "Mobile Etiquette" survey, 92 per cent of Australian adults felt they shared too much of their lives online.
The survey found that more than half of adults in Australia, 56 per cent, were people who posted details about their everyday lives on sites like Facebook and Twitter, the Courier Mail reports.
At least 86 per cent of the 880 people that were surveyed worldwide said they wished people would give more thought to how people perceived them when posting that all important Instagram photo of the organic vegan meal they were about to consume.
The study found Australian teenage girls were the most likely group in the world to share pictures. And Australian men were the most likely to share false information.
Interestingly, the study also noted that 86 per cent of the 256 teens surveyed in Australia recognised the lasting impact of oversharing online. (ANI)
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