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Poll: Do you worry about your privacy?

Or is it a thing of the past?

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IN A two-part series, has been looking at how state agencies can monitor Irish citizens.

As people put more and more information about themselves online, do you worry about how it could being used?

Edward Snowden’s revelations uncovered the global mining of that data by intelligence agencies leading to a debate about privacy.

On a smaller scale, the safety of sharing personal details and photographs has been questioned after several high profile incidents of hacking.

Today’s question, Do you worry about your privacy?

Poll Results:

Yes, but I realise I can't keep everything private. (2582)
Yes, and I'm very careful about it. (1707)
No, I've got nothing to hide. (681)
No, sharing is a part of modern life. (177)
Not sure.     (99)

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Rónán Duffy

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