New research, released this weekend at the Web We Want Festival in London, has revealed that two in five Britons have lost trust in the Web over the past year, as a result of government surveillance and privacy breaches. Over half (57%) of those surveyed believe that a dedicated “Bill of Rights” for the Internet is needed in order to protect human rights and privacy online. Learn more about the survey’s conclusions by reading our press release.
40% of British Adults Have Lost Trust in the Web Over the Past Year
Web Foundation · September 28, 2014
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