With some beseeching the world to dump their Facebook accounts and stop supporting the company that treats its users like cattle, global analyst firm GlobalData says Facebook is "facing a question of trust".
High levels of fraud in the Asia Pacific region are expected to increase further, according to a new study across 10 regional markets, including Australia, which found that 1 in 5 people have encountered fraud directly, while 1 in 3 people or their loved ones have been affected.
Many consumers have a lack of trust in the providers of telecommunications services for their transparency and ethical behaviour, according to a new global index which found that consumers rated telecommunications the second least trustworthy industry.
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