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People are changing their behavior as it relates to data privacy protections (Image: Shutterstock).

So many consumers are worried about their data privacy now that many are deleting mobile apps, removing social media accounts, changing their privacy settings, and rejecting cookies and terms of agreement, according to a new survey by data analytics firm SAS.

The survey of 525 U.S. adult consumers found that 73% of respondents were more concerned about their data privacy now than they were a few years ago. That’s spurred 77% of consumers to change their privacy settings, 67% to change or decline cookies and 65% to decline terms of agreement.

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