More households now sharing digital services, says cybersecurity firm

A study found that housemates were increasingly sharing access to digital services, from content streaming to online shopping. — AFP Relaxnews

Going beyond just sharing WiFi, housemates are increasingly sharing access to digital services from content streaming to online shopping, according to a study by Kaspersky.

In its ‘More Connected Than Ever Before: How We Build Our Digital Comfort Zones’ study, the cybersecurity firm reported that 46% of housemates surveyed said they shared streaming services with each other.

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