(The Hosting News) – When it comes to online spying and surveillance, people are more afraid of the United States than they are of governments in Russia, Iran, China or North Korea. That’s according to new research from secure data centre provider Artmotion, which surveyed over 1000 citizens throughout the United States, Europe, Russia and Australia.
When asked which government’s surveillance program they were most afraid of, 38% of respondents highlighted the United States. This was closely followed by Russia, China and finally North Korea. Respondents from Australia, Germany, Russia and the UK all placed the United States at the top of their lists.