Do you want to remove your presence from the Internet and social media? The study shows that you are not alone! / World of digital information

According to the latest survey, a large part of the public in the United States is worried about their existence on the Internet and social media.

When the Internet was invented, it was a great source of entertainment because everyone who used it could find their memories and much more.

As we all have understood what the internet is, we are also somewhat aware of the dangers that can arise due to the internet. It can save all your past data, which may be disturbing for some people who want to get rid of internet or this fake internet world. There are a large number of people who have a hurtful past and their photos, videos, profiles can upset them. There is also a lot of personal information circulating on the Internet.

Do you plan to disappear from the Internet? Or have you ever thought about being unavailable on the internet all your life?

A survey conducted by NordVPN based on thousands of people in the United States aged 18 or older who were asked how they felt about being on internet platforms. Surprisingly, a good number of people said they would delete their accounts if they could somehow. 47% were close to not trusting the internet. Very few of them didn’t even want the internet to exist and they don’t care if the internet is not available to them. These people were about 18%. Only 8% of them say they do not use the Internet at all. This statement is very hard to believe today because it is the age of the Internet.

It was also asked by people that in their opinion, what information do they voluntarily show to others and are they happy to show all the details of their life to people or not.

Around 9% of them agreed to share their financial information with people and around 53% disagreed with showing their financial details to people. 10% of them agreed to show their text messages and emails, while 34% of them refused to do so. Similarly, it was acceptable for 9% of people to show their professional information while 23% disagreed.

Would you be the one who disappears from the internet after studying the tally of people denying its relativity in different areas of life?

Additionally, the following survey also reveals that people were asked if they would pay for anonymity every time they used the internet? About 31% of people admitted to paying about $100 for this purpose. Only 3% of them agreed to pay around $1000 for online anonymity.

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