A new Washington Post survey shows that more people feel safer putting their personal data in the hands of Amazon and Google than Apple does.
The survey asked more than 1,000 Internet users in the United States how much they trust specific companies such as: Facebook, Tik Tok, Instagram, WhatsApp, YouTube, Google, Microsoft, Apple and Amazon, to handle their user data and browsing activity responsibly.The companies that the public does not trust when it comes to their personal data include Facebook, Tik Tok and Instagram. Respondents to the survey considered Amazon and Google to be more trustworthy than Apple.
Those surveyed were asked if they trust these companies with their personal data “a great deal”, “a good amount”, “not much” or “not at all”. Respondents can also answer that they have no opinion about a particular company.
Amazon and Google have more confidence than Apple with regard to consumer personal data, with 39% saying they trust Amazon “a good amount”, while Google received 34% of the votes in the same category, compared to only 26% who said they trust Apple well.
By adding scores in positive categories, Apple got 44%, but that put the tech giant in third place behind Amazon (53%) and Google 48%. After Apple, Microsoft ranked fourth with 43%, followed by YouTube with 35%, while Facebook ranked sixth with 20%.
Among the remaining nine companies in the survey, Instagram ranked seventh with 19%, WhatsApp ranked eighth with 15%, followed by Tik Tok in the last place with 12%, according to the Fon Arena website.
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