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Poll: Do you worry about personal information on the internet?

Are you concerned about how your online movements might be tracked to target you commercially? Have your say here.

Image: Julian Burgess via Flickr

AN OPINION PIECE written by Hugh Torpey for TheJournal.ie this morning ponders the question of how much personal information we release about ourselves online. He also takes into consideration how social media and other websites track our online movements to build up a pictures of our likes and dislikes in order to more accurately target for advertising.

Do you worry about the amount of personal information or preferences about yourself on the internet – and how it’s used?


Poll Results:

Yes, all the time (618)
Sometimes (604)
Occasionally (260)
Never (164)




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