Nearly half of young people think it is acceptable to track their partners using technology
Almost half of the young people surveyed thought that it was acceptable to track their partner by going through their computer or phone, or by installing tracking software
A study of young Australians has shown a shocking attitude towards technology and privacy.
Almost half of the 1,923 people studied, all of whom were aged between 16 and 24, thought that it was acceptable to track their partners by going through their phones or installing tracking software.
This was one of the findings from a national study by VicHealth in Australia, with the aim of finding out attitudes towards violence against women.
Although 84% said that tracking a partner by electronic means without their consent was serious, 46% said they thought in some cases it was acceptable.
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