Tuesday, December 02, 2014

Americans’ Perceptions of Privacy are Varied

To better understand how the public thinks about privacy, a representative sample of 607 adults were asked an open-ended question in an online survey: “When you hear the word “privacy,” what comes to mind for you?” The responses that followed were striking in their variance, ranging from one-word entries to lengthier descriptions that touched on multiple concepts.
Source: Pew Research Internet Project

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