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On the eve of Data Protection Day, ZDNet reported on the debate over online privacy being more complicated than ever. “Pre-Snowden, most discussions of privacy focused on data collection by giant advertising and analytics companies. That was the impetus for the Do Not Track initiative,” the report states, adding, “Post-Snowden, discussions of online privacy have taken on a darker tone, one that regularly verges on scenarios that would have been considered paranoid only a year ago.” With this week’s being the first Data Protection Day in this new era, the report examines a recent Microsoft survey “of technically sophisticated customers” in the U.S. and EU that found, “not surprisingly, there are some big differences in attitudes between consumers in the U.S. and those in the more privacy-sensitive European Community.”
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