Attitudes to online privacy in the United Kingdom (UK) as of October 2013

Do you agree with the following statements related to your online privacy?

Attitudes to online privacy in the United Kingdom (UK) as of October 2013 This statistic illustrates consumer attitudes to online privacy and personal data protection in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2013. Roughly 40 percent of respondents reported completely agreeing with the statement "I expect to have privacy online."
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Do you agree with the following statements related to your online privacy?

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Do not agree at allSomewhat agreeCompletey agree
I expect to have privacy online.10.7%49.2%40.1%
I have checked the privacy settings on my social media profiles within the last six months.27.3%43.5%29.2%
I am concerned that my information will be stolen online13.9%62.6%23.5%
I know what to do to protect my personal information online.17.6%70.3%12.1%
I have control over who has access to my information online.30.8%58.4%10.8%
I have control over how web sites use my information.40.7%50%9.3%
I think current privacy laws are adequate in protecting my online privacy.37.8%53.8%8.4%
I find it useful when companies use online information they've collected about me to send me coupons and offers related to my online searches.33.1%59.5%7.4%
I share important personal information online.45.9%47%7.1%
Do not agree at allSomewhat agreeCompletey agree
I expect to have privacy online.10.7%49.2%40.1%
I have checked the privacy settings on my social media profiles within the last six months.27.3%43.5%29.2%
I am concerned that my information will be stolen online13.9%62.6%23.5%
I know what to do to protect my personal information online.17.6%70.3%12.1%
I have control over who has access to my information online.30.8%58.4%10.8%
I have control over how web sites use my information.40.7%50%9.3%
I think current privacy laws are adequate in protecting my online privacy.37.8%53.8%8.4%
I find it useful when companies use online information they've collected about me to send me coupons and offers related to my online searches.33.1%59.5%7.4%
I share important personal information online.45.9%47%7.1%
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This statistic illustrates consumer attitudes to online privacy and personal data protection in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2013. Roughly 40 percent of respondents reported completely agreeing with the statement "I expect to have privacy online."
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