Privacy policies of popular websites have most captivated the media and the public’s attention.
However, after user backlash over the change, the founder made statements that it is not their intention to sell users’ photographs or to use photos in advertisements, but the change still bodes uncertainty. Recent report from Deloitte finds that only about 26% of users read privacy policies, which are often so long that it would take about 250 hours every year for the average person to read all the privacy policies of all websites they visit’s equivalent to 781 billion cost in internet users’ time. Along those lines, about 22 percent of consumers are confident that companies do not sell their personal details without their knowledge, and only 24 percent are confident that companies inform them of how the data is being used.
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