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A new survey from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner indicates 50 percent of New Zealanders are “more concerned” about privacy issues now than in the past few years. The two-yearly UMR Individual Privacy & Personal Information survey, released to coincide with Privacy Week, indicates the two issues people are most concerned about are what children are sharing online and “in general, the security of personal information on the Internet,” the OPC reports. The survey report also highlights other findings, including that 83 percent of respondents are concerned about their credit card or banking details being stolen and 81 percent are worried businesses share their information with other businesses without permission.
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