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Is data privacy a thing of the past in a digital world?

Privacy concerns vary between countries. Image: Pexels.

Arathi Sethumadhavan

Head of Research, Ethics & Society, Microsoft


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Global data privacy: What the consumer really thinks May 2018.
Global data privacy: What the consumer really thinks May 2018.

Image: eMarketer, August 2018.

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