Backgroundcheck.org's Young Professional infographic depicts the inappropriate versus the appropriate kinds of Internet use from adolescents in the workplace. From unsupervised use of computers to using a wireless device in a public setting, one can now breakdown how other young professionals use the Internet in countries around the world. The purpose of this infographic is to get people aware of the type of behavior they are exuding on the public sphere.
Canada is the highest rated country with 70% saying they are never allowed to use the computer without supervision. The United States with 54% said they use their personal email to send work-related messages. China has 25% of people confessing they have asked to borrow someone's cell phone. These interesting statistics should help keep an open mind to common Internet courtesy.