more than 63 per cent of the Dutch population trust the grocery store to his or her personal data. Thus, the confidence they have in the grocery store more of their data than financial services as well as social media. It turns out that that Wednesday the research that as his company had run, by the Way.
Deloitte and asked them to research, however the adult Europeans is their willingness to provide their personal data to the companies to share with you. According to the study, customers of the data on which product to buy, the easiest way is to share it with the authorities. Using data on bank, accounts payable, or their DNA, they are reluctant.
in Particular, young consumers are willing to make their data and to share it with the fandom. The older the consumer is, the less he or she is likely to transmit personal data to be shared.
the people in the netherlands are also slightly more reluctant to share their data than the average European. In Europe, the proportion of people who are not unkind in return for their personal data to the grocery store, to share, to just under 70 per cent, some 7 percentage points higher than in the uk. In Greece, people share their data in the easiest way, in Finland, people are the voorzichtigst with it.