FRA: Fundamental Rights Survey - technology and data protection
The second thematic publication of the FRA Fundamental Rights Survey concerns technology and data protection. The survey is based on the interviews of 35.000 Europeans from the 27 EU countries, The United Kingdom and North Macedonia.
FRA has published the first parts of its Fundamental Rights Survey. The survey offers comprehensive data on people’s experiences and opinions concerning their fundamental rights in different areas of life. The information was collected between January and October 2019 and the results are based on the answers of 35.000 Europeans from all EU countries (incl. Finland), The United Kingdom and North Macedonia.
The second published thematic survey Your rights matter: Data protection and privacy covers selected results relating to technology and data protection. The survey focuses on two main aspects: the way and willingness of people to share data about themselves, and their awareness about the EU data protection legal framework. Some of the main results of the survey are, that:
The link above is a direct link to the survey. For additional information, see https://fra.europa.eu/en/news/2020/how-concerned-are-europeans-about-their-personal-data-online