Briefing: Online Data Privacy – what does the public think?

Policy product type
LGiU essential policy briefing
Published date
November 27, 2018
Author
Anna Grant, Carnegie UK Trust
Issues Covered
  • attitudes to personal data
  • making informed choices
  • protecting data
Categories
Public Service Reform and Corporate Performance, Social media and digital technology, Technology and transformation

Data privacy is a complex and contested issue, often obscured in jargon and compounded by a presence in and out of the media spotlight. This briefing summarises the findings of a Carnegie UK Trust report on online data privacy.

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