WHAT'S YOUR DIGITAL FAMILY?
What’s the longest you could live without your smartphone?
I don't have one
I can live without one
A few hours
Around an hour
Around five minutes
What’s the longest
you could live without
I don’t typically have internet access
I can live without it
Which companies would you trust with your personal information?
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Healthcare providers and insurers
Car and home insurers
Gas and electricity providers
Airlines of holiday providers
Would you share personal information
in exchange for convenient or
Always happy to share
Some of the time
No, definitely not
For example, a website, blog, or YouTube channel?
Excluding Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, do you update any digital content regularly?
Do you enjoy coding
How much do you agree?
“I would take myself offline to protect
Sort of agree
Neither agree nor disagree
“Data protection is important, but governments and companies can’t be trusted to do the job.”
“I feel left behind
Data privacy matters less to you than convenience, good service, and totting up rewards points.
Some may be alarmed by how carefree you
are with personal information, but you’re
smart about how you do it and a third less
likely to be a victim of online fraud.
You’re part of the CAREFREE CAREY digital family.
You’re often online, but you
don’t care about Facebook
Likes one bit.
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Technology is a huge part of your life and you view it overwhelmingly positively. You’re forever connected and the first to Like or Tweet.
Be careful you don’t become too dependent
on technology: typically for this digital family,
you can’t get around without a map app and
you worry about the number of Likes you get.
You’re part of the ONLINE OWEN digital family.
Almost half of you have friends that you've met through online channels but never in real life.
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You’ve embraced the internet, making it the vibrant place it is with your blogs, memes, websites, and coding.
You engage with social media every day and
have internet friends you’ve never met in
real life. You know your way round a search
engine and it’s likely you’ve made money online.
You’re part of the CONTRIBUTING COLE digital family.
You’re in the digital family that’s least likely to be unemployed.
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You’re the sort of person who’ll happily tell
big companies to stay out of your life and
keep their hands off your personal data.
To protect your privacy you’d like to take
yourself fully offline. But that’s hard to do,
so you seek out companies that share your
privacy values and have the best track record
in cyber security.
You’re part of the ANXIOUS ANDERSON digital family.
You’re in the digital family that’s the most likely to think technology makes young people less active and less curious.
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You love the internet but wish it wasn’t so complicated. If only the pace of change for technology would just slow down.
Where others see opportunities and convenience, you see hyper-dependency and cyber crime.
TV provides your main source of news and
you’re unlikely to use contactless methods
You’re part of the ANALOGUE ALI digital family.
You’re likely to get your news from the TV, rather than from newspapers or the internet.
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You enjoy the internet and have fun there, but know you could get along just fine without it.
While you’re not always the first to get the
latest gadget, you happily go with the flow if
it seems useful.
You’re not obsessed with technology but appreciate there are ways it could
make the world better.
You’re part of the LAIDBACK LUI digital family.
You’re in the family that’s least likely
to think technology makes your job easier.
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