BGR recently reported on a new survey that shows people are more worried about Google than the NSA with regards to their personal information. The survey was conducted by Survata in mid-October by asking 2,556 online participants “to rate on a scale of 1 to 10 how upset they would be if a certain entity saw their personal data,” 10 being the most upset. Some average scores were:

Google – 7.39 points

The NSA – 7.06 points

“Your boss” – 6.86 points

“Your parents” – 5.93 points

“Your spouse or significant other” 4.55 points.

You can read the complete BGR article here.