For Digital Trust & Safety leader Sift, we conducted a survey, which was recently featured in their Q2 2021 Digital Trust & Safety Index report. The report addresses the increasing threat posed by the digital Fraud Economy, and was conducted in the month of May 2021, with 1265 adults from the US participating. The survey found that 56% of consumers would stop using a website or service if they discovered the site contained fake or misleading information. Worryingly, half of respondents stated that they had encountered a scam or misinformation regarding the Covid-19 pandemic Read the full article on The Saline Courier.
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