"But the Penn survey concluded that many people are now resigned to having little say over how companies use and interpret their information.Sharing Data, but Not Happily - NYTimes.com
Among people who took part in the survey, 84 percent strongly or somewhat agreed that they wanted to have control over what marketers could learn about them; at the same time, 65 percent agreed that they had come to accept that they had little control over it. The randomized telephone survey of 1,506 adult American Internet users, conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International in February and March, has a margin of error of plus or minus 2.9 percent."
Friday, June 05, 2015
Sharing Data, but Not Happily - NYTimes.com
Punting on personal privacy protection?