Most people willing to share personal info with govt agencies in exchange for better service - study

Monday 24 February 2020 | 11:27 CET | News
Most people say they would be willing to share personal information with government agencies if that meant they got a better service, according to a study by Accenture conducted in September and October in Australia, Canada, Germany, Finland, France, the UK, Japan, Norway, Singapore and the US. About 84 percent said they would share personally identifiable information with a government department, in exchange for a more personalised customer service experience. Around 41 percent said they would be comfortable with the personal information getting shared among government agencies, if that

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Accenture
Countries: World
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