After a slew of data breaches at major companies, US internet users are worried about their digital privacy. But not so worried as to significantly change the way they shop.
A January 2017 survey conducted by Blumberg Capital found a variety of responses to concerns about hacking, but only a small minority of internet users (19%) said they had actually cut back on shopping digitally.
As for eliminating digital shopping entirely, just 4% said they had taken that drastic step.
Otherwise, internet users said they had taken steps like not saving credit card information (33%) and changing their passwords regularly (29%).
The Blumberg survey is in line with a variety of data over the past year in suggesting that data breaches have not had much of an effect on the way consumers go about shopping and buying online.