Thursday, November 13, 2014

Americans Say They Want Privacy, but Act as if They Don’t - NYTimes.com

A peculiar privacy paradox

"Pew offered some evidence that people are inured to the trade-offs of using digital services: Ninety-one percent agree or strongly agree that consumers have lost control over how their personal information is collected or used by companies. They are unsure what to do about it, though.

Nearly two-thirds say they would like to do more to protect the privacy of their personal information online. About the same number think the government should do more to protect them."
Americans Say They Want Privacy, but Act as if They Don’t - NYTimes.com
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