84%
Yes
16%
No
84%
Yes
16%
No

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Other Popular Answers

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 @9PCWRHG from Indiana answered…18hrs18H

I would move towards the option of letting people opt out of those services completely. Every company should have to ask each person whether or not they consent to the data being collected in the first place

 @9PBTB3Y from Texas answered…1 day1D

Yes, companies should only be allowed to use personal information in a way that strictly relates to their function and social media companies should not use personal data

 @9P7NJCT from Virginia answered…4 days4D

No, I think that the public should be educated in habits that protect their own personal data but I think that penalties for negligence on a company's part that results in personal data breaches be severe.

 @9NRT9GG from Massachusetts answered…1wk1W

Yes and Institute penalties and fines for companies who do not share their collective data with each other.

 @9NQMDBK from Ohio answered…2wks2W

The collection of data should be fully transparent to the end user. Many companies use loopholes to continue collecting data even if a user opts out.

 @9N35CKD from Florida answered…3wks3W

Yes they should stop it and they should stop collecting our private info themselves as Edward Snowden proved they were, and no doubt still are, doing

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