It’s your data… but are you bothered? Share your thoughts in our data sovereignty survey

The European Union is on a mission to achieve data sovereignty. This is supported by the European Digital Strategy, released last year. It is aimed at realising the EU’s vision of ensuring that, by 2030, the EU’s share of the data economy – i.e. the data stored, processed and put to valuable use in Europe – is in line with the region’s traditional economic weight. And the strategy itself is based upon empowering businesses and people with the right technology to gain control of their data.

But how many of us are equally as concerned about data as the EU policymakers?  Yes, incidents – data leaks, abuse of data, etc. – occur now and then, fueling controversy and public debate. But so far they haven’t led to a mass exodus from the various platforms or social media channels.

How many of us really think about all the data we are producing? Or what happens to it? And what does data sovereignty mean to you?

We would love to hear your thoughts, so please help us by sparing seven minutes of your time to contribute your opinions to our survey on this important topic. We will publish the resulting insights in the near future in our periodic Data Sovereignty Monitor reports so that we can all learn from one another. Your answers on the questions of this survey will not be used for any thing. The survey is divided in two parts, and will take you about 6-8 minutes to fill in the survey. 

Many thanks in advance! Click here to sign up for the data sovereignty survey (your input will be anonymous).
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