jeudi 27 juillet 2017

Two-thirds of consumers suspect governments abuse their powers to access data

According to a new study 51 percent of people don’t believe their government can protect their personal data, and nearly two-thirds (65 percent) suspect their government already abuses its powers to access the data of citizens. Identity protection company Venafi surveyed 3,000 consumers in the US, UK and Germany about initiatives that would grant governments more access to private, encrypted data. 68 percent of respondents say they believe governments shouldn't force private companies to hand over encrypted personal data without consumer consent. But despite these concerns 41 percent believe laws that provide government access to encrypted personal data would make… [Continue Reading]

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