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According to Forrester Research, “online shoppers in the United States will spend $327 billion in 2016, up 45% from $226 billion this year.”
Even consumers who make their purchases in stores begin with online research. Nearly 70 percent of online shoppers that shopped in-store during the 2011 holiday season said online research influenced the brands they bought, the retailers they shopped, and the gifts they selected, according to Google/OTX Post Holiday Survey 2012. It would be safe to bet that as online shopping increases, so do hacker attacks, compromised passwords, and stolen identities. What can consumers do to protect themselves? Mozilla, the mission-based organization that aims to promote openness, innovation and opportunity on the web, put together this checklist for keeping consumers safe during the holiday season.
SAFE ONLINE SHOPPING: THE MOZILLA CHECKLIST
This article is courtesy of Mozilla.
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