US public perception of privacy and communications 2014

Few see core communications channels as very secure places to share private information

This report analyses U.S. citizens' privacy perceptions and behaviors following the revelations about U.S. government surveillance programs by government contractor Edward Snowden that began in June of 2013. Particular topics discussed are governmental monitoring of communications, surveillance and the control of personal information. Data in this report is based on survey results from January 2014.
  • Language: English
  • Released: November 2014
Study included in Corporate Account only.
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