The Advertising Research Foundation recently released results from its third annual Privacy Study, a survey conducted to find out how Americans perceive and treat their personal and private information. Among other things, the survey measures how well Americans understand privacy terminology and concepts, and how willing they are to release different kinds of private data.…
Over at The Seniors Center Blog, we’re discussing the latest Advertising Research Foundation Privacy Study, a study that gauges how Americans share their private information.
In 2020, the study found that Americans have grown increasingly comfortable sharing their personal information, owing almost entirely to our new COVID-19 reality.
And while this sharing is often necessary to help each other and medical professionals get this pandemic under control, it may be creating an ideal environment for financial predators to flourish.