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Posted by: thaiga
« on: November 20, 2015, 12:59:46 PM »


The most anoying internet habit is calling people, netizens   blend of net and citizen
Posted by: thaiga
« on: November 20, 2015, 10:58:09 AM »

Profanity tops "annoying Internet habits"

Thailand's netizens unanimously voted 'using profanity online' as the most annoying internet habit, according to a survey.

The netizens also are most guilty of posting feline pictures and making online complaints, said the 'Worst Internet Habits' survey commissioned by Telenor Group - the major shareholder of Total Access Communication (Dtac).

The study was undertaken by Penn Schoen Berland in Singapore and surveyed 401 people across Thailand (101), Malaysia (100), India (100), and Singapore (100).

According to the Thailand findings, the top five most annoying things people do on the internet are (1) using profanity: 43 per cent; (2) spreading false rumors: 40 per cent (3) online games invites: 32 per cent; (4) trolling or offensively posting in order to elicit angry responses : 28 per cent; (5) sharing inappropriate content: 20 per cent.

full article: The nation
                     


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