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November 18, 2021
We conducted "Survey of people's information-collection behavior and attitudes towards COVID-19- international comparison between 29 countries" in March 2021 within the joint research project between Tokyo Woman's Christian University and NTT Social Informatics Laboratories.
The survey outline and the simple tabulation data are now open to the public to help you understand the current situation of people's behavior and attitudes. We also would like you to use them as a reference to make personal data-related or COVID-19-related policies.
In this survey, we explored the social acceptability of using the COVID-19 positive people's data, which is sensitive data. We will continue to research how to raise the social acceptability of using sensitive data and give back the extracted values to society.
We conducted "Survey of people's information-collection behavior and attitudes towards COVID-19- international comparison between 29 countries" in March 2021. We have now published the survey data.
Information is current as of the date of issue of the individual topics.
Please be advised that information may be outdated after that point.
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