The biggest privacy stories of 2015

Happy New Year 2016!!!
Hand pulling open a blind
Since the Snowden revelations, consumers have become increasingly wary of how their data is shared or stored – as are clients of technology storage vendors.
Earlier this year, a survey by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) found that 77 per cent of consumers were very or fairly concerned that organisations are not collecting and keeping personal details secure, while 67 per cent believe companies are requesting unnecessary data or collecting details they do not need.
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