According to The Norton Cybercrime Report: The Human Impact, recently released, some form of cybercrime has affected more than two-thirds of the Internet population. The survey, which paid particular attention to the emotional effects of cybercrime, found that the most common reactions are anger, annoyance, a feeling of being cheated and even guilt.
The study, which was of 7,000 web users around the world, showed some interesting results:
Because of the latter statistic, many people feel reluctant to take action against cybercrimes and often feel quite hopeless. We need to push to make sure that cybercriminals do come to justice for their crimes!
Via IT Pro