The next generation of hackers, the one that will make us look like we’re still a nation of geeks, will not resemble our previous selves, says a new analysis of data from the Pew Research Center.
The new study, “How to Hack Your Way to Hack Freedom,” says the next generation will look just like the ones who did it in the past, but will not have as much success as the ones that did it before.
For the next wave, the Pew study suggests, they will be more focused on the security of their personal information, and less likely to use the tools that make life easier.
The study finds that the next-generation hackers are more likely to rely on third-party services that allow them to access their data without needing a username and password.
They are also less likely than previous generations to use encryption to protect their data.
The Pew report also found that, among younger people, they are more willing to use tools like social media, social media chat rooms and online forums to spread their message.
They are also more likely than their predecessors to share their personal data online.
In other words, they want to make their actions public, the study says.
That will require new ways to connect, said Scott Fard, senior director of research at the Pew Center.
Social media sites are becoming more popular with the young, he said.
We’ve seen an uptick in social media usage by teenagers, and that’s a great opportunity for younger people to make connections and share things.
The Internet has a great future in that space.
Fard added that the Pew report found that the future of hacking is being driven by technology, not ideology.
But that doesn’t mean we’re not already there.
Fart says that in the next decade, the next new wave will look more like the one who did things like the Columbine shooting or the Occupy Wall Street movement than those who did what we’re doing now.