NEW POLL by David Binder Research Shows That Mainers Agree Privacy Protections Should Apply to ALL Online Entities
A recent poll conducted by David Binder Research surveying likely Maine voters shows an overwhelming preference for including all internet companies – internet service providers, search engines, e-commerce sites, streaming services, and social networks – as part of a potential data privacy legislation.
The key findings show that Mainers overwhelming believe that without the inclusion of all internet companies, a data privacy bill will be insufficient to protect their personal privacy. Supporting findings show:
- 91% of Maine voters say they want their personal privacy protected by all services they use on the internet, including their internet service provider, search engines, e-commerce sites, streaming services, social networks, and mobile carriers and devices.
- 87% of Maine voters say that a law to protect personal privacy should apply to all companies on the internet.
- 79% of Maine voters feel strongly that a law to put privacy restrictions on only ISPs would be insufficient to protect their privacy.
See The Full Results Of Our Poll Here
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