As polls from the Pew Research Center show, most people, despite their unconditional commitment to their gadgets, are against their control of their location.
So the respondents were asked to purchase a thermostat, with the help of which they can save electricity. However, when they learned that the device also monitors the movement of occupants from room to room, 55% of survey participants abandoned it.
The same position was taken by 45% of respondents, who spoke out against a device that fixes the location of their car, while only 37% were in favor.
The picture is quite different in the field of health. Here, 52% of respondents are ready to make information about their health condition available to doctors. Many people agree to share personal information in exchange for material benefits. Mistrust occurs primarily when people do not know how the information received from them is used.