OAIC Launches Community Attitudes to Privacy Survey
PRIVACY RESEARCHJune 13, 2013
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner announced today it is launching its Community Attitudes to Privacy survey, to explore changes in attitudes to privacy across a range of areas. It follows previous studies conducted in 2001, 2004 and 2007, and focuses on the way that businesses and the government handle personal information. The research will involve 1,000 consumers and is being conducted by Wallis Strategic Market and Social Research.