Microsoft Launches Consumer Campaign Over Online Privacy, Says 85% Americans Are Concerned About Their Online Privacy

Posted on Apr 22 2013 - 5:35pm by Editorial Staff

Microsoft today launched a new consumer awareness campaign focused on online privacy, with an aim to help people learn more about the Microsoft tools and technologies which will in return give them better control over personal information. The company in context of this also launches an advertising campaign giving a kick start awareness and conversation.

“We don’t pretend to have all of the answers, [but] we do want to help raise awareness for how you can have greater choice and control as you browse the web,” writes Microsoft’s Ryan Gavin in a blog post, claiming that about 85 percent of Americans are concerned about online privacy.

“To that end, today we are launching a new consumer awareness campaign focused on online privacy, with resources at www.Microsoft.com/YourPrivacy. We want to help people learn more about the tools and technologies Microsoft provides that give them greater control over personal information as they browse the Web and use their favorite Microsoft devices.”

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