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Consumers less willing to share information following privacy scandals

mercredi 26 juin 2019, 15:20 , par BetaNews
In the wake of privacy scandals like that involving Cambridge Analytica consumers are changing their online behavior and sharing less information. This is among the findings of new research from privacy app FigLeaf which shows 82 percent of online users in the US and 75 percent in the UK are choosing to change the way they behave online. Of these respondents, 74 percent say they are sharing less information. Those who say that recent privacy scandals have had no impact on their online behavior say the prevailing reasons are that they are already highly protective of their information, or that they… [Continue Reading]
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