It seems like the lure of free Wi-Fi has put a lot of Indian at risk with their personal information. According the 2017 Norton Wi-Fi Risk Report, 96 percent of all Indians have put their personal details at risk by checking information such as bank account, and sharing personal photos and videos when using a free Wi-Fi networks. Yet, 41 percent said that the thought of their financial details stolen and published online by hackers was horrifying. 78 percent of Indians also admitted that they were willing to do or swap something for a strong Wi-Fi signal. This could range from something simple like watching a three minute advertisement, to something critical such as allowing access to personal emails, personal photographs, and even giving access/editing privilages to personal social media profiles.
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