Hamada Tadahisa on Sun, 24 May 2015 05:32:32 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime> Global survey on privacy concerns

Dear List members and Friends,
(please feel free to copy and redistribute)

I would like to announce the Global survey on privacy concerns and ask
you to participate.

We are very curious why awareness of privacy and surveillance vary
across countries. We are going to inquire into the cause of the
differences of consciousness among countries.

We hope that the result of the survey can be utilized when drawing the
policy of the information society. Moreover, we hope to figure out how
people feel about privacy or surveillance, and that it will lead to the
proposal for keeping the freedom of communication and expression.

The survey page is below. We drew up the questionnaire in English and
Japanese. We would be greatly appreciated if you could translate it into
other languages.

https://www.apc.org/limesurvey/index.php/152388/ (English)
https://www.apc.org/limesurvey/index.php/152388/lang-ja (Japanese)

Almost all questions are closed-ended so that it will take less than 10
minutes. There is a comment field for each question. Please write
supplementary comments for future surveys if you do not mind.

We don't collect names or contact information of respondents. Those who
would like to receive the result of the survey and information about the
future survey can provide their e-mail addresses to another website, so
the e-mail addresses will not be connected with their answers.

We will tally up the preliminary results on May 27th, so we would like
to ask you to take 10 minutes for the questionnaire now.

So far, the survey has gathered around 200 responses from 15 countries
in all continents. But most of them are from Japan, so we wish more
answers especially from other countries for international comparison.

 It will be a great help if you kindly introduce this survey to your

If you want more information about this survey, please contact

Best regards,
Hamada Tadahisa, Japan Computer Access for Empowerment (JCAFE) & JCA-NET

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