Publication Date: October 13, 2008
Americans are increasingly living their lives online and taking advantage of all the benefits that the Internet has to offer. Consumers do things online today that were unthinkable even a handful of years ago: shopping for houses, maintaining personal medical records, or searching for friends sitting at nearby coffee shops. But they remain justifiably apprehensive about the privacy and security of the information they share with companies and divulge online.
Read the Article at the Center for Democracy and Technology