Londoners have a 'severe' lack of understanding of their personal data

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Londoners have a 'severe' lack of understanding of their personal data

As the internet giant Yahoo struggles with the news that as many as 500 million users' information were hacked, the issue of data and its privacy has come to the fore.

This comes as a new report out today shows Londoners have a 'severe' lack of understanding of how organisations use their personal information and data.

Steve Woolley is from the Chartered Institute of Marketing.
 

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