After the recent personal data sharing blunder conducted by
Facebook, lot of users are not ready to share their personal
data with any tech companies. However users in US are appearing
to be comfortable in sharing their personal data with some of
the noted tech giants which includes Microsoft, Apple, Amazon
to name a few.
Users in US have confirmed that they would not like to share
their data especially with Facebook after the recent data
sharing fiasco, the social media giant is currently involved
in. 56 percent of Americans have confirmed that they would not
be comfortable in sharing data with Facebook.
The percentage is expected to increase in the coming months
with more Americans expected to stop their privacy data sharing
with Facebook. However the same percentage of people have found
Microsoft to be the most secure in terms of sharing personal
data. The company has already fought with the US government ,
which wanted the tech giant to share the data stored on
overseas server’s. But the company denied sharing the
data located on data centers in Ireland to protect the
Apple is the other company which has been legally involved in
resisting a court order on which asked them to break into the
iPhone used by Bernardino shooter to unlock the iPhone and
compromise on the data security of the user.
Due to the recent legal battles by the tech giants Apple and
Microsoft to protect their user’s data, it has made customers
to trust the tech giants more than Facebook due to its recent
involvement in data sharing fiasco.