Citizens Demand Same Data Rights Across the EU – Survey Reveals

A new report from the Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (IPTS) reveals the results of the largest survey ever conducted on people’s attitudes towards data protection, privacy and electronic identity. As the information society expands, three in four Europeans accept that revealing personal data is necessary to benefit from online services such as social networks or e-commerce. The study also highlights that online users are very much aware of the risks incurred on their privacy by their online activities and almost all Europeans (90%) favour equal protection of their data protection rights across the EU. Read the Full Report