Young people care more about online privacy than immigration

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Young people care more about online privacy than immigration

As the election approaches, a new report by political think tank Demos claims there million 18 to 24-year-olds could decide the outcome. The study also found young people regarded their online privacy as more important than issues like immigration and the EU. 

Caitlin and Stephanie Czerwinke, who are 16 and 15, joined Headline London share their opinion on the matter and why young people can better relate to online issues than matters such as immigration. 

Both feel the right to vote should be extended to their age group and explain why they would like the law to trust them with the privilege. 
 

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