Americans are deeply troubled by surveillance, data collection and the security of their data that’s held by government agencies and private companies, Pew Research has found.
The combined results of two surveys — one of 500 adults between August and September last year and one of 460 adults between January and February this year — suggest that the vast majority consider it important to be in control of who can get information about them. Surveillance is a bugbear — 88 percent of the respondents didn’t want someone to watch or listen to them without their permission.
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