Ofcom, the UK’s independent communications regulator, has today published its latest report on adults’ media use and attitudes. The report covers the use and attitudes of UK adults across the key platforms of the internet, television, radio, games and mobile phones. 1823 adults aged 16 and over were interviewed as part of the research, which Ofcom has conducted annually since 2005.
This particular report takes the opportunity to look back over the last 7 years and reflect on the changes in attitudes and use of media.
The report reflects consumers’ genuine experiences of using and interacting with the Internet – of particular interest are the findings on online privacy.