NEW YORK (MainStreet) -- Hundreds of millions of people trust Facebook with their photos, correspondence and personal information. But they stop short of trusting the social network with their money.That's according to a survey carried out by BillingViews, a Web site run by the billing industry consultancy Boreland House. Researchers spoke with 100 adults -- 50 men and 50 women, all professionals in tech-related fields -- to get their take on what sorts of interactions they're comfortable having with companies through Facebook. While the survey focused on consumers' interactions with a communications provider, their responses revealed a lot about how consumers view privacy and security on Facebook.
|A survey of tech-savvy adults suggests that many people are unwilling to do their shopping through Facebook.|