tsamsoniw writes: "Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Amazon, eBay, Microsoft, and Mozilla are among the 20 organizations ranked in the Ponemon Institute's annual survey of organizations that consumers trust most with their privacy. Meanwhile, companies who've made the list in years' past — such as Apple, Google, and Facebook — didn't make the cut. Ironically, the survey also found that consumers claim to be increasingly concerned about their private data — but 60 percent admit to handing over personal info to unknown or untrusted third-parties for the sake of convenience."
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