Contrary to the observation that young adults do not rely on internet news, there is increasing research evidence that proves the opposite. This is not only supported by the increased access to internet connection gadgets but also the increasing connectivity and use of personal broadband that facilitate the daily consumption of internet information. With the assumption that internet news can range from social media platforms to other news sites, for instance, news posts, the youth not only consume such information directly but also without their knowledge, as they go about the daily activities and engagement with friends (Chu & Kim, 2011). In the same way, the sharing of data is considered critical among young adults due to the efforts to stay relevant, interconnected, and abreast of the most trending topic. In this case, young adults consume internet news daily, with some of the activities and internet use, resulting in unintentional information discovery and subsequent consumption of internet news.