The amount of trust between the user and technology companiesAccording to a recent survey by the Washington Post, most people trust Amazon and Google when it comes to their data but don’t trust Apple, however, the majority of those surveyed expressed a strong distrust of Facebook, Tik Tok and Instagram.
The survey, conducted by the newspaper, included more than 1,000 Internet users in the United States to measure their trust in the platforms and the extent to which they deal responsibly and carefully with their personal data and web browsing activities. Participants were asked to rate the platforms, which included:
The rating scale allowed the participants to determine whether or not they trust each company and the scale was as follows:Confidence is strong or good
Confidence is not great or no confidence at all
No opinion on how to handle data
Among the people surveyed, 18% said they trust Apple a lot while 26% said they trust the iPhone maker well. He achieved 53%.
Also, up to 40% of all responses on Apple and Amazon were negative and Microsoft scored 42% of negative votes while Google got 47%. Overall, 72% of responses on Facebook were negative and 40% of all people surveyed chose None Confidence at all when asked whether they trust Facebook and its handling of their personal data, and that is why the social network owned by Mark Zuckerberg achieved the worst company in this year 2021 in another poll.
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