Over Three-Quarters of Canadian Internet Users Concerned About Getting Hit by a Computer Virus

Almost Half (46%) Have Been Hit By a Virus Causing Personal Loss of Time and Money, Study Finds

Wednesday, May 30, 2001

TORONTO, May 31, 2001 – Canadians have significant concerns about the potential of new computer viruses in large part because they’ve been hit by digital viruses that have personally cost them time and money, new research from Ipsos-Reid shows. In fact, the study found that over three-in-four (78%) Canadian Internet users are...

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Over Three-Quarters of Canadian Internet Users Concerned About Getting Hit by a Computer Virus

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Ipsos Reid
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