“privacy” Charts

Addicted: Our Ever-Accelerating Attraction to Advancement »

The World Wide Web, first invented by Tim Berners-Lee 25 years ago, has fundamentally altered the way we communicate, learn,…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 512
Score: 6

Approval of Snowden's Whistleblowing, by party »

In the aftermath of Edward Snowden's whistleblowing on the NSA's PRISM program, Democrats maintain that it was wrong to leak…

Peter Graham
by: Peter Graham
views: 264
Score: 5

Whistleblowing on the Rise »

The number of whistleblowing cases received by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration increased by 44% from fiscal year 2005…

Steven Davies
by: Steven Davies
views: 154
Score: 4

Why Dogs Really Aren't "Man's Best Friend" »

Drug-sniffing dogs aren't just often inaccurate, they are extremely susceptible to the influence of their handlers. Search points designed to…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 320
Score: 3

In An Age of Hyped-Up Fears, Americans Discard Their Freedom »

60% of Americans are of the opinion that the nation's security is more important than the privacy of its citizens.…

Peter Graham
by: Peter Graham
views: 223
Score: 3

#identitytheft: Our Most Sensitive Information »

When it comes to sensitive information, many Americans like to play their cards close to their vest. One's social security…

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 193
Score: 2

NSA Whistleblower Against Tyranny, Flees US for Autocracies »

Of the various countries Edward Snowden, NSA whistleblower wanted for espionage, has sought asylum in, few have freedom/liberties rankings anywhere…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 208
Score: 2

Then and Now: Views of NSA Surveillance »

Over twice as many Republicans believe that the NSA's surveillance programs are unacceptable than did in 2006 when Bush was…

Eric Sirjord
by: Eric Sirjord
views: 262
Score: 2

NYC Stop and Frisk Largely Driven by Race »

Though they constitute only 54% of the general population, black and Hispanic New Yorkers were subject to over 4 out…

Peter Graham
by: Peter Graham
views: 134
Score: 2

Americans in Favor of Public Surveillance »

When asked about their support or opposition towards various anti-terror tactics, Americans were overwhelmingly in favor of increased public surveillance…

Peter Graham
by: Peter Graham
views: 126
Score: 2

The Most Important Aspects Of Privacy »

When it comes to protecting one's right to privacy, these are Americans' most pressing priorities. About three in four Americans…

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 181

Post-Snowden, Americans Change the Way They Use Tech »

Almost two years after National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden disclosed extensive government surveillance programs, Americans are still weary of…

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 121

Drug Dogs: An Innocent Man's Worst Enemy, Latinos Especially »

Drug-sniffing dogs are often construed as infallible in court, but an experiment shows both how inaccurate and manipulatable by their…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 162

Is This Line Secure? »

Is your private information safe from prying eyes? Could someone be listening in every time you make a phone call…

Christian Stellakis
by: Christian Stellakis
views: 111

One in Five People Have Had Online Identity Compromised »

An increasingly large amount of people have experienced harmful problems on the internet. 21% of people have had an email…

Matthew Lawlor
by: Matthew Lawlor
views: 117

Americans Accept Big Brother, But Not His BS »

While, overall, Americans are inclined to allow government privacy violations in the interest of preventing terrorism, we do not trust…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 248

American Hypocrisy: NO! They Can't Do That... But WE Can »

While in the middle of Republican president, George Bush's, first term, 53% of Republicans agreed that the government should be…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 136

American Hypocrisy: The Bias That Blinds »

When asked their view on the NSA secretly listening to Americans for anti-terrorism efforts, 47% of the population viewed it…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 151

Wiretapping Increases 250% in Last Decade, Local Police Lead »

From 2002-2012, wiretap applications rose by 250%. Previously mainly utilized by federal agents, local police are increasingly, aggressively, utilizing intercepts.…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 123

Shrinking State Support for Abortions, Hostile Laws Abound »

While in 2000, roughly a third of women, aged 15-44, lived in states ranked "hostile to abortion," that proportion increased…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 87

American Opinion on NSA Phone Tracking Tactic »

While most Americans believe that NSA tracking of millions of American phone records is an acceptable way to investigate terrorism,…

Kaitlin Senk
by: Kaitlin Senk
views: 68

Public Opinion: Collecting/Sharing Personal Info »

Americans feel strongly about the protection of their personal information. Most believe that websites and companies should adopt the standard…

Kaitlin Senk
by: Kaitlin Senk
views: 115

Public Concern: Government Going Too Far? »

The American public is more concerned that the government will go too far to investigate threats of terrorism. Fewer Americans…

Kaitlin Senk
by: Kaitlin Senk
views: 68

American Willingness to Give Up Personal Freedom »

Despite the recent Boston bombings and past attacks on US soil, Americans are beginning to change their opinions regarding privacy.…

Kaitlin Senk
by: Kaitlin Senk
views: 53

Approval of Government Surveillance, by party »

The recent leak of government surveillance technologies and programs has caused an uproar in the United States. Despite the major…

Peter Graham
by: Peter Graham
views: 76

NYC Stop and Frisks by Race »

A class action lawsuit brought against the City of New York in March 2013 regarding the racial discrimination that essentially…

Peter Graham
by: Peter Graham
views: 121

Public Opinion: NSA Tracking is Acceptable »

The National Security Agency has been obtaining court orders to track phone calls for counterterrorism efforts under both George W.…

Eric Sirjord
by: Eric Sirjord
views: 154

Investigating Terrorism Outweighs Privacy »

Nearly twice as many Americans believe that it is more important for the USFG to investigate terrorist threats than not…

Eric Sirjord
by: Eric Sirjord
views: 102

Where There's Terrorists There's a Way »

After back-to-back years of flat-lined opinions on the ability of the government to prevent attacks of terror, 2013 witnessed Americans…

Peter Graham
by: Peter Graham
views: 88

Security vs. Privacy in the Airport »

Nearly 3 out of 4 air travelers say any potential loss of personal privacy from the full-body scans and pat-downs…

Eric Sirjord
by: Eric Sirjord
views: 82

Americans Fear Loss of Civil Liberties »

Despite strong support for public surveillance measures, Americans were more likely to fear a loss of civil liberties over not…

Peter Graham
by: Peter Graham
views: 94