US Adults Rather "Meh" About Online Privacy, Says Pew Survey
PCMagazine - At what point does it become too risky to share you personal
information? A drugstore loyalty card? Targeted online ads? According to
a new Pew Research Center report, a majority of Americans consider security a trade-off.
"While many Americans are willing to share personal information in
exchange for tangible benefits, they are often cautious about disclosing
their information and frequently unhappy about what happens to that
information once companies have collected it," Pew found.