Indians and Chinese more willing to trade privacy for 5G speeds

Consumers in the United States are at odds with those in China, India, and Brazil regarding trading off privacy to enjoy 5G, the new super-fast wireless technology, raising the prospect of conflicts between nations as the network expands.

Only 21% of U.S. consumers would accept lower privacy standards in return for much higher speeds, according to a new 5G survey by Politico/Qualcomm, while more than 60% of consumers in China, India, and Brazil would be willing make such a compromise. Relative to current speeds, 5G would be up to 100 times faster.

The split could create friction internationally over privacy standards adopted in the age of 5G and
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