Security concerns limit online activity

Monday, 9 May 2005, 2:13 AM EST

Most computer users would do more online were it not for fears over internet security, according to a survey of 500 internet users in New Zealand and Australia.

The research, paid for by US security software firm Symantec and conducted by Bread and Butter Research and Planning, says that three quarters of respondents avoided downloading material because of safety concerns.

At Stuff.

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