Right To Be Forgotten Survey - Results
|dc.description.abstract||This report provides a summary of the findings for 260 internet users who completed the online survey between August and September 2013. The survey instrument contained 24 questions, the majority of which were either Likert scale items or checkboxes, with a number of open-ended comment textboxes also included. There were four main groups of items on the questionnaire, relating to: (1) General demographic variables; (2) Attitudes towards the right to be forgotten; (3) Attitudes towards on-line privacy; and (4) Perceived on-line risks, safeguards and controls Survey results were analysed using the statistical software program SPSS.||en_US|
|dc.subject||Business information systems||en_US|
|dc.title||Right To Be Forgotten Survey - Results||en_US|
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