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Daily Dashboard | Survey: 56% of Americans don't trust vaccine passports to protect data Related reading: Council of State to examine Belgian DPA reform bill



A survey conducted by Help Net Security gauged Americans' attitude toward the security measures implemented by vaccine passports. Of the 3,000 Americans polled, 56% said they do not trust vaccine passports to keep their data secure. The study also found 58.5% of respondents said vaccine passports should not be required to attend sporting events, schools or other areas and events. Editor’s note: IAPP Staff Writer Jennifer Bryant reported for The Privacy Advisor on the privacy considerations surrounding vaccine passports.
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