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Daily Dashboard | Huge Majority of Americans Say They Have No Control of Their Data Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, Feb. 14, 2020

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A new Pew Research report reveals that 91 percent of U.S. citizens believe that consumers have lost control of how their personal information is collected and used by corporations and 80 percent said there should be concerns about government surveillance, BBC News reports. The report’s author, Mary Madden, said, “There is both widespread concern about government surveillance among the American public and a lack of confidence in the security of core communications channels.” She added, “At the same time, there’s an overwhelming sense that consumers have lost control over the way their personal information is collected and used by companies.”
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