Shoppers risk their information online

Tuesday, 10 April 2007, 12:19 PM EST

British consumers are happy to put their personal and financial information at risk if it means saving time on the internet, according to a survey by consultancy The Aziz Corporation.

Seventy two per cent acknowledge that there are risks involved with having personal information stored by web sites, but believe they are not great enough to outweigh the benefits of having their details and preferences ready to be quickly retrieved on sites they use regularly.

At vnunet.

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