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 views on what privacy means to them.
What does privacy mean to you?
Speaker 1: What it means to me is…
Speaker 2: Oooh.
Speaker 3: I’m not sure.
Speaker 4: Uhhhm.
Speaker 5: Hmm.
Speaker 2: I don’t really think about it.
Speaker 1: Protecting the most critical bits.
Speaker 3: Tape the camera shut.
Speaker 2: I mean I am on camera right now.
Speaker 4: Um, like try to have different passwords here and there.
Speaker 2: If I change it I’ll forget it.
Speaker 3: I do not always pay attention to privacy policies.
Speaker 1: It’s too difficult to read the fine print.
Speaker 5: I know it has to be visible, or certain details have to be visible, to get along in this world.
Speaker 4: I feel like I like know enough to be safe but like, you could always know more.
Speaker 3: Of course I’m concerned about protecting my information online. I just don’t know much about it.
Speaker 1: You can’t be too safe. I mean this is the world we live in.
Speaker 2: I guess maybe I don’t think about it enough now that you ask that.
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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