16 to 19 years old `` 34% viewed illegal content '' `` 27% experienced vandalism '' `` 22% have instigated violence '' analysis result of shock

Many people commit crimes and trolls on the Internet. A new European study found that 34% of 16- to 19-year-olds possess illegal content and 22% incite violence.

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The Internet usage of young people was revealed by a research team at the University of East London.Young people aged 16 to 19 living in Europe (England, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden, Spain, Germany, Norway, France, Romania) A study of 8,000 people. In the study, subjects were asked to answer questions such as ``Are you viewing pornographic content on the Internet?'', ``Are you posting hate speech?'', ``Are you viewing copyright violation content?''.

The results of aggregating the answers are as follows. 44% of the subjects answered that they were watching pornographic material (Watched pornographic material), and 34% of the subjects answered that they were watching copyright violation content (Digital piracy). . 27% said they were ``tracking others online'', 27% said they were ``trolling online communities'', and 27% said they were ``inciting violence''. 22% said they were 'Incited violence' and 22% said they were 'Sexting'.

According to the research team, 75% of men and 65% of women were involved in some form of Internet fraud. Mary Eiken, a member of the research team, said, ``Many countries have laws on online crime, and the laws are operated to hold the high-tech industry accountable.However, this time, The findings show that we also need to focus on preventing 'youth misbehavior'.'

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