According to the latest Eurobarometer data protection carried out by the European Commission, three of every four Europeans recognises that the disclosure of personal data is an act which is now part your daily life, although they are concerned about the use that is made of them by the companies. The Studio alarm that insecurity that projected Internet, due in part to all the problems related to the management of personal data, which can be one of the main causes of the poor development of the digital market in Europe. What worries us most is fraud related to purchases on the Internet, the usurpation of identity in social networks and the movement of data without the consent of its holder, three fears that will be difficult to overcome in the digital world. But most worrying is undoubtedly the attitude that young people show before the disclosure of personal data, not having no qualms to reveal them on sites that don’t offer any kind of security there is a greater awareness among adult audiences, being more suspicious of his intimacy, although in general, according to the survey, 62% of Internet users nor read, found, nor include the web privacy policies. The lack of control on the network compounded its regulation. There is still much work so its performance gain transparency and convey confidence to the user. No doubt the digital environment remains one of the issues to be resolved by the Commission, that it is currently developing legislation which regulate the right to oblivion and thus allow erase your trace on the Internet required by 75% of respondents. Audea security of the information Ivan Ontanon Ramos Department Legal.