Consumer Discomfort With Personal Data Access & Sharing, April 2014 [TABLE]

Table - Consumer Discomfort With Personal Data Access & Sharing

Online consumers are generally uncomfortable with the ability for organizations across a number of sectors to access their personal information – and that discomfort reaches new levels when they’re asked about companies sharing that data. In fact, close to half – or more – respondents to a new Radius Global Market Research study indicate that they’re very or extremely uncomfortable with companies sharing their personal information, with only about 1 in 5 signaling a strong level of comfort.

Interestingly, while respondents for the most part believe that it’s a company’s responsibility to secure their data, that feeling isn’t uniformly held across industries.  Read the rest at MarketingCharts.