Online civility improved in past year and is the best it’s been since 2016, new Microsoft research shows

Online civility improved in past year and is the best it’s been since 2016, new Microsoft research shows

As part of international Safer Internet Day, Microsoft released the latest results from its sixth annual study Civility, Safety and Interaction Online – 2022, and a newly updated Digital Civility Index (DCI) score. The survey, conducted in 22 countries, polled teens aged 13-17 and adults aged 18-74 about their exposure to 21 online risks across four categories (reputational, behavioral, sexual and personal/intrusive), their experiences of life online (including during the pandemic) and how interactions in those areas impacted their perception of online civility. To read the report and learn more visit Microsoft On the Issues.

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