Survey: Americans Are More Afraid Of Technology Than Running Out Of Money

It turns out more Americans are “more afraid” of many elements of technology than a deadly nuclear attack or even running out of money in the future — and surprise — more Americans are also more afraid of corporations tracking them than the day of their last breath, a.k.a., dying. A new survey reveals that although many Americans fear the corruption of government officials, most are afraid of technology-linked stuff like cyber terrorism, corporate tracking of personal information, and government tracking people on the internet. As reported by the Chapman University, three out of the top five “most feared” are categorized as technology. More Americans are also more afraid of technology than any man-made disasters including terrorist attack and bio-warfare — although the two aforementioned fears can have a connection with hacking technology, and computers…


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