Information Technology

Internet users give up privacy to trustworthy recipients

Washington, Nov 23: Internet UserInternet users reveal more personal information online if they believe that they can trust the organisation that requests the information, says a new research.

The project, ‘Privacy and Self-Disclosure Online’, led by Dr Adam Joinson, found that people who had previously demonstrated a high level of caution regarding online privacy would accept losses to their privacy if they trusted the recipient of their personal information.

IT, BPO Grew As Per Estimations In FY07

The IT industry performance for the 2006-07 may fit in order with prospects. It’s not just escalation of the rupee that will affect the attitude but also enhancement in salaries and the minimum alternate tax (MAT), which could catch a charge on the IT industry, in a cumulative manner.

The other worrying part is the constant habituation of the IT industries on the habitual applications development and maintenance (ADM) tasks and their incapability to expand considerably to the advanced charging and harder undertakings in fields like marketing, logistics, automobiles and aerospace.

Sid Pai, partner TPI International stated, “Sustaining top line growth will be a challenge.”

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