Nearly 60% of Poles don’t trust public authorities with personal data

Dec 21, 2020
  • 59% of Poles lack confidence in public authorities’ ability to securely oversee their personal data
  • Citizens in Spain (78%) trust public authorities least with their personal data
  • In second position is Ireland, where 73% of people are skeptical about how public authorities handle their personal data
  • Interestingly, on average from all the assessed countries, 61% of Europeans don’t trust public authorities with their personal data

In a world driven by technology, our online personal data and how it is used is of huge concern for many of us. From the local government to police, public authorities’ databases hold a significant amount of our personal information, but do we really trust them with this data?

Interested in information privacy, Reboot Online analysed the latest data from the European Commission to discover which European citizens trust the public authorities in their country with personal data the least.

Reboot Online found that citizens in Spain (78%) trust the public authorities with their personal data the least.

In second position is Ireland, where 73% of people are skeptical about how public authorities in the country handle their personal data.

Belgium, France and the United Kingdom are in joint third place as....

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