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Are American Attitudes Toward Privacy Changing?

Thursday, June 13, 2013

The ongoing national debate over surveillance prompts us to take a closer look at the way Americans think about their privacy. Several scientific studies show that what Americans say they want in terms of privacy does not match the way they behave.

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