Pew Research Study on American’s Views About Privacy

From the Pew Research Center:

A new report entitled, “Key takeaways on Americans’ views about privacy, surveillance and data-sharing” contains a number of insights as people become more aware of how the balance of service/utility and privacy are increasingly challenging each other, along with the other tug-of-war that comes when privacy and security (usually national security) are at odds with each other.

About eight-in-ten (81%) Americans say the potential risks outweigh the benefits when it comes to companies collecting data. When government collection of data is considered, 66% of adults agree. 

Pew Research Center

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