12 Sep GDPR Survey Reveals Irish Public Looks Forward to New Privacy Rights
A recent survey by the GDPR showed that Ireland citizens are enthusiastic and are looking forward to the implementation of new data rights. More than 77 percent of the sample size agree and intend to use their new rights concerning their personal information once it rolls out.
Some significant differences in the enthusiasm levels on varying age groups can be found in the recent survey. Citizens aged between 25 and 34 are highly likely to provide a data request at 30 percent. While only 17% of the younger bracket of 18-24 stated they are likely to issue a request.
The new data rights will come into full force by May 2018.
Source: Silicon Republic