Google is hosting workshops because Italians are terrible at passwords

Google is teaming up with Italian authorities to teach the country’s increasingly digitized population how to stay safe when browsing the web. The Mountain View giant will collaborate with the Italian Data Protection Authority and the Communications Regulatory Authority to launch Digitali e Responsabili (trans: digital and responsible) – a portal dedicated to illuminating users of the importance of civic education in the digital age. Local Postal Police and the Italian consumer association Altroconsumo will also take part in the initiative. Interestingly, Google says that one of the reasons to kick off this initiative is the poor password management many Italian…

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