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Recent revelations about government-backed surveillance have prompted millions of people to do more to keep their data private, suggests a survey.
Many people now regularly change passwords or avoid certain websites or apps, said the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI).
It also found that 64% of the 23,000 people questioned are more worried about their privacy than a year ago.
About 83% said affordable access to the internet should be a human right.
The survey asked people in 24 countries including the US, UK, Australia and China, about their attitudes to personal data privacy and whether the information released by Edward Snowden...