On Privacy, Americans More Concerned about Big Business than Big Government

A new survey from the Center for the Digital Future at the University of Southern California found that almost half of Americans over 16 who use the Internet are worried about businesses watching their online activities. Only 38% worried about the Government doing so. The poll found also limited enthusiasm for online voting. For more information on public attitudes toward privacy, see EPIC: Public Opinion on Privacy.

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