Crucibles of creativity: The future of university libraries
Q&A with Dr Nick Barratt, Director of Senate House Library Firstly, could you explain how have university libraries changed […]
But what kind of data will they most want to edit? And how likely are they to do so?
A survey by Crown Records Management asked exactly those questions and came up with some remarkable results.
Firstly, 71 per cent of people said they would (either definitely or possibly) ask a company to edit or delete their data when the new regulation comes into force. Only 8 per cent gave a straight ‘no’ when asked.
Additionally, the survey produced a real picture of which kinds of data the public is most worried about – and most likely to want edited.
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