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Survey Shows One-in-Four Canadians Cheat Using Mobile Devices

According to a recent survey of Canadian students carried out by McAfee, one-in-four respondents said that they cheat using mobile devices, and that girls more often reported being cyberbullied than boys. The study was carried out between June 28 and July 5 in which high school students between the ages of 14 and 18 participated. Students admitted...

Connected Devices are Affecting Canadians’ Relationships [Survey]

According to a recent global survey of 13,000 adults in relationships, Canadians spend almost as much time online at home (32%) as they do interacting with others face-to-face (37%). The survey, commissioned by Intel-owned McAfee, shows Canadians are using their connected devices more and more every day, which is impacting Canadians’ relationships. 21% of Canadians say they've had...