PEW Research: 91% Of Americans Feel They Have No Control Over Their Private Info
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The effects of the Edward Snowden revelations are still felt in the United States. Pew Research has explored people’s views of privacy extensively since Snowden blew the whistle. The results are enlightening about privacy in America today. 91% of those surveyed believe that they have no control over how their personal information is collected and used by companies, with half of surveyed internet users concerned about the amount of their information that is online. Just 9% believe they have “a lot” of control over how their information is used. Americans are also nervous about the security of communications systems, in particularly online. They…
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