In the absence of a federal mandate, at least 25 states that include California, Maryland, Nevada, Massachusetts, and Texas have either introduced, or implemented, provisions for data privacy, but there are differences in their definitions of personal data and in their conceptions of a data breach.
Called the “true” generation, Gen Z, aged 5-19, are tech-savvy, value individual expression, avoid labels, are more invested in making a difference than earlier generations, and dislike control.
Our Streamlytics research found that when it comes to socially engaging on streaming, Black millennials mostly join diverse communities on topics like streaming services, celebrity streamers, top-rated shows, and so forth, rather than segregate. Outliers either promote their offerings or have only a handful of members.
When it comes to streaming, our research finds that while it’s African-American millennials who are driving the market, Gen Xers are not that far behind.
African-American Millennials spend $7.3 billion dollars on paid streaming services. Here are some of our key findings.