We are looking for males and females aged 20-50 to take part in a group discussion in London for 90 minutes about attitudes towards giving personal information to companies.
Wednesday 18th May 2016
6pm or 7.45pm (depending on answers)
Please answer the questions below.
Occupation of chief income earner in the household:
Which industry sector that you work in?
Working status i.e. Full time, part time, student, etc.
What was your highest level of education?
Who do you live with at home?
If you have children, please tell us their ages.
Please rate your feelings about the each of the following statements on a scale of 1-5 (1=Agree Strongly, 2=Agree Slightly, 3= Neither agree or Disagree, 4= Disagree slightly, 5=Disagree Strongly)
I will only give my details to a limited number of companies that I trust and am happy to do business with
I have provided made-up personal details to avoid giving away personal information
I will share personal information so that companies can send me relevant offers and discounts
I am worried that by sharing my data I may be targeted for marketing campaigns
I would like to know more about the information that companies collect from me
I would like to exercise greater control over what data companies hold about me
I feel more confident that I can manage my privacy online more than I did a year ago
I have taken steps to limit companies from tracking and advertising to me online e.g. deleting cookies and disabling tracking in my web browser
Please tell us in a few brief sentences how you personally feel about your attitudes towards sharing data.
Please forward this on to anyone you know who may be interested.
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