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Correction to Community Attitudes to Privacy survey Research Report 2013

Two typographical errors have been found and corrected in the Community Attitudes to Privacy survey Research Report 2013. The html and pdf versions have been updated.

Page 21

Original

Women were more concerned than men. In particular, two thirds of women (67%) were very concerned out of a total of nine in ten (92%) being concerned, compared with only three in ten (29%) men being very concerned out of a total of nine in ten (88%) being concerned.

Correction

Women were more concerned than men. In particular, two thirds of women (67%) were very concerned out of a total of nine in ten (92%) being concerned, compared with six in ten (58%) men being very concerned out of a total of nine in ten (88%) being concerned.

Page 23

Original

A similar proportion (9%) thought that they would go to the appropriate Ombudsman as when last measured (8%).

Correction

A similar proportion thought that they would go to the appropriate Ombudsman (17%) or government department (9%) as when last measured (19% and 8% respectively in 2007).