Americans’ Attitudes About Privacy, Security and Surveillance

Mary Madden, Lee Rainie, Pew Research Internet Project, May 21, 2015
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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Privacy is really important to Americans, according to this Pew report based on two new surveys (which study only Americans), but they don't trust either governments or corporations to protect their privacy. "They have a pervasive sense that they are under surveillance when in public and very few feel they have a great deal of control over the data that is collected about them and how it is used."

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