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Whittier Scholars Program
The purpose of my study is to explore the contours of contemporary consumer privacy protections derived from legislation, regulations and publicly available company policies as a way to get a better understanding of how consumer data is protected. A few examples ranging from company-based consumer protection in the United States to data breaches in Japan will be explored and examined. Finally, this paper includes a comparative survey of consumer perceptions and concerns related to personal data privacy in the U.S. and Japan. As a way to assess the degree to which digital privacy and personal data breaches have adversely influenced consumer perceptions, several data abuse examples will be highlighted and discussed.
Randle, D. (2023). Consumers' Perceptions of Digital Privacy in the United States and Japan. Retrieved from https://poetcommons.whittier.edu/scholars/24
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