Sarah Schmidt reports:
The majority of Canadians don’t seem too bothered by companies tracking their digital footprint to come up with targeted advertising, new research has found.
Being recorded on closed-circuit television cameras (CCTV) or being body-scanned at airport security also meet with little more than a shrug, according to a report on online engagement and consumer attitudes toward privacy.
The report, commissioned by Advertising Standards Canada, is based on a poll of 1,000 Canadians and six focus groups held across the country.
Read more on Calgary Herald.
Are Canadians just too damned polite or complacent to complain? Hmm….
Thanks to a Canadian reader who sent in this link.