How willing are Greeks to share personal data?

According to the results of the new Panhellenic Survey of Focus Bari YouGov on the attitude of Greeks towards their personal data:

  • Three out of five Greeks are very / very worried about their personal information when they share it
  • Name, email, date of birth and mobile number are the details that are accepted to be shared by about one in two Greeks, while far fewer express a willingness to share more
  • When technology asks them to allow tracking or their navigation history, two out of three Greeks respond selectively and under certain conditions, with more frequent…
  • Purchasing a product or service, downloading software, or promising a more personalized service

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