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ABOUT THE STUDY
The 2014 EMC Privacy Index surveyed 15,000 people in 15 countries to produce a ranking of nations based on consumer perceptions and attitudes about data privacy, and their willingness to trade privacy for greater convenience and benefits online.
GLOBAL & IN-DEPTH COUNTRY FINDINGS
The Index revealed that privacy is a complex issue, with consumers wanting the benefits of technology without having to sacrifice any privacy. Three privacy paradoxes emerged as particularly significant, each with powerful implications.
Learn more about the Privacy Index
Discover the key takeaways from the study, the studys methodology and EMCs position on privacy.
Global Internet Privacy Study Reveals Consumers Conflicting Views: Beliefs of Eroding Privacy, Lack of Confidence in Ethics
Stella Low, EMCs VP of Global Communications, provides an overview of the EMC Privacy Index and its key findings.
Rajesh Janey, President of EMC India and SAARC, on why India is most willing to trade digital privacy for online convenience.