Consumers want companies to apply same rules for e-privacy

Tuesday 31 May 2016 | 14:23 CET | News
Consumers want their privacy protected when going online and they feel that no matter which company has their data, be it Amazon, Apple, AT&T, Comcast, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, T-Mobile or Twitter, that company should be held to the same set of rules, according to a new national survey by Public Opinion Strategies and Peter Hart.  The results also clearly support that consumers want clear, uniform rules that protect their privacy based on the sensitivity of the data, not based on the type of company that uses the data. The national poll of 800 internet users was completed by a live

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Companies: Amazon / Apple / Comcast / Facebook / Google / Google / Microsoft / T-Mobile / Twitter
Countries: United States
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