Personal PrivacyWhich Tech Companies Are The Least and Most Trusted? A New Survey Reveals The AnswersDecember 31, 2018Personal PrivacySocial MediasurveytechtrustThe Infinite Brief According to a survey, which was conducted in December 2018 by research company Toluna, 40 percent of respondents said they trust Facebook the least with their personal information. Twitter stood second with lack of trust from eight percent of the respondents. Amazon also showed similar results as Twitter, a lack of trust from about eight percent of the people. Uber, Google and Lyft followed with seven, six and six percent respectively. The most trusted of all was Netflix, as only 0.9 percent of people chose it for the lack of trust, followed by Tesla at 1.3 percent. Curated from Firstpost Tags :Social Mediasurveytechtrustshare on Facebookshare on Twittershare on LinkedInshare on Redditadd a comment Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email Website Facebook Moderators Rely on Outdated PowerPoint Slides to Direct Their DecisionsCourt Dismisses Case Alleging That Google Uses Facial Recognition Without Users’ PermissionYou Might Also LikePersonal PrivacyYahoo is Giving New Phone Owners Access to Previous Phone Number Owner’s Email AccountPersonal PrivacyTV Companies Such as TCL and Vizio Keep Prices Down By Selling Your DataPersonal PrivacyDoes the ‘Technological Border Wall’ Proposed By Democrats Threaten the Fourth Amendment?