Most Want To Control Their Online Data, But It's Easier Said Than Done
More than two years of polling shows there's a general dissatisfaction with how the Internet handles personal data and privacy.By Evan Thomas | January 21, 2016
Pew Research Center spent two and a half years polling thousands of people in multiple surveys on privacy, and the results are in: People want to control their data online, but that's easier said than done.
Ninety-one percent of adults polled feel they've lost control of how companies collect and use personal data.
Many aren't sure what's collected in the first place or how it will be used.