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Putting Facebook and other social networks in a bind, consumers are more worried than ever about their privacy — but few say they’re willing to pay to secure their personal information.

That’s according to findings from Norton LifeLock’s latest Cyber Safety Insights Report.

Among more than 1,000 U.S. adults, 72% said they are more alarmed than ever about their digital privacy.

An even greater share (93%) believe it’s important to make companies and organizations provide them with a degree of control over their personal information, along with the right to request that their personal data be erased — or face a monetary fine.

That said, most of those surveyed said they are not willing to pay organizations to ensure the protection of their personal information.

That’s especially true when it came to social media providers like Facebook. Indeed, 72% of consumers said they’re not willing to pay social networks to ensure their personal information be protected.

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