Investors are becoming less leery of privacy and security concerns when they invest via the Internet, according to a study released today by American Century.

The American Century Internet Adoption Study, which has been conducted by Kansas City fund provider American Century for the past six years, shows that 26% of those surveyed worry about the security and privacy of their transactions on the Web, down from 39% in 2000.

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