Pew Survey Offers Further Evidence of the Privacy Panic Cycle

Alan McQuinn January 19, 2016
January 19, 2016

The Pew Research Center released a survey last week that investigated the circumstances under which many U.S. citizens would share their personal information in return for getting something of perceived value. The overall results reveal that the Privacy Panic Cycle, the usual trajectory of public fear followed by widespread acceptance that often accompanies new technologies, is still going strong for many technologies, writes Alan McQuinn in Innovation Files.