We surveyed over 1,900 Australian adults to build a picture around privacy attitudes and experiences in Australia as a part of our Australian Community Attitudes to Privacy Survey 2023.
In this video, 5 Australians share their thoughts on how organisations protect personal information.
Organisations and privacy
Speaker 1: I feel like when I share my personal information online I expect the organisation to…
Speaker 2: [Breathes out]
Speaker 1: Hmm … keep it to themselves?
Speaker 2: I don’t know what they do with my personal information and data.
Speaker 3: Personally trusting less entities, less organisations than I used to.
Speaker 1: I am a lot more concerned about, like, different organisations keeping information for years now as I’m getting older.
Speaker 4: What’s scariest is that I don’t know what they will do with it.
Speaker 2: I don’t understand it enough.
Speaker 1: You get so used to just adding your personal data online without stopping to think about why.
Speaker 4: How much is too much?
Speaker 5: To me, that’s just information gathering to share with other people, I don’t think that’s necessary. They’re making money out of me. Where’s my 10%? [Laughs].
Speaker 2: Please keep my personal information private because I’m a private person and that’s the way I wanna stay.
Australian Community Attitudes to Privacy Survey 2023: oaic.gov.au/acaps
This video is part of our series on the 2023 Australian Community Attitudes to Privacy Survey.
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