Statistics on Privacy Protection

Here are some data on countries’ performance in the field of privacy protection for their citizens:

privacy

(source, source)

All in all, citizens don’t seem to mind increased surveillance, as long as it is described as a security enhancing tool:

Public acceptance of increased surveillance, data for the U.S.

Public acceptance of increased surveillance, data for the U.S.

(source)

nsa-public-opinion

Here’s some data on the public’s perception of what ought to be private, and what ought not to be:

privacy data

(source)

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