Big data and privacy: The study of privacy invasion acceptance in the world of big data

Jedrzej Wieczorkowski    
Przemyslaw Polak    


The phenomenon of big data includes technological (new opportunities), business (application), and social aspect. The social aspect applies to the social consequences of the use of big data methods, in particular, those related to the processing of personal and other private data , as well as the danger of privacy violation. In the context of the big data phenomenon, this study presents the results of a survey on the level of acceptance of privacy violation resulting from mass data processing. The different objectives of processing were taken into account, including general, social and commercial. This study helps to draw conclusions concerning commercial and non-commercial use of private data, as well as the legal regulations on personal data processing.

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