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EU: willingness to be informed about lost or stolen personal information 2015

Would you want to be informed if information that is held about you is lost or stolen?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 24, 2015
EU: willingness to be informed about lost or stolen personal information 2015 This statistic presents the findings of a survey on the willingness of residents to be informed about lost or stolen personal information that is held about them in the European Union (EU-28) as of March 2015. During the survey period, it was found that six percent of respondents reported not wanting to be informed if information that had been held about them was lost or stolen.
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Would you want to be informed if information that is held about you is lost or stolen?

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