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Category: General News
Many Young People Do Care About Privacy
CHICAGO (AP) — The assertion that young people don't care about privacy isn't as simple as that, according to a weekend Pew Research poll. The poll, tied to the disclosure of broad federal surveillance, finds that 51 percent of young adults are OK with the surveillance. But 45 percent say personal privacy is more important, compared to less than a third of adults over 30 who say that.