Despite their distrust in tech giants and lack of confidence in their privacy practices, people aren’t likely to go out of their way to safeguard their information, shows a survey of nearly 4,000 people across generations.

Per the survey:

  • 33 percent of respondents claim to read end user license agreements
  • 66 percent either skim through or ignore EULAs entirely
  • 47 percent know which permissions their applications have
  • 53 percent use password managers
  • 29 percent reuse the same passwords across websites, for Millennials, that number was 37 percent

    Details from Dark Reading.