People have trouble trusting the largest and one of the most addictive social networking platforms in the world. And we can not even blame you.
It’s been a tough year for the company. Caught between a series of data leaks and scandals, unfortunately Facebook has damaged its reputation.
According to a survey of 1,000 people conducted earlier this month by the Toluna research company, 40 percent of respondents said they trusted Facebook with their personal information. Facebook was followed by Twitter and Amazon, which tied for second place, with 8 percent equal.
It was followed by Uber and Google. While about 7 percent of respondents said they did not trust Uber with their personal data, 6 percent had the same opinion for Google.
Comparatively, Apple and Microsoft worked quite well. While 4 percent of respondents expressed their lack of trust with Apple, only 2 percent said they would trust Microsoft with their personal information.
Companies such as Netflix and Tesla proved to be the most reliable companies on the list, as respondents only showed 1 percent distrust in each of these companies.