Over 80 Percent of Americans are more worried about privacy than a year ago, according to a new survey on personal data security.The recent AnchorFree survey of more than 2,000 Americans found that that over 95 percent of respondents are concerned about companies collecting and selling their personal information without their consent.Meanwhile, more than 50 percent are looking for new ways to safeguard their personal data.Although 70 percent of respondents are doing more today to protect their online privacy than they were a year ago, just one in four believe they're ultimately responsible for ensuring safe and secure Internet access.”Our survey finds that the majority of consumers are concerned in the aftermath of the Federal Communications Commission's rollback of Internet privacy protetions,” AnchorFree founder and CEO David Gorodyansky said in a statement.”As more connected devices emerge and threats to Internet freedom persist, it's imperative for Americans to learn about online privacy protection options and take personal responsibility for safeguarding their health, wealth and family,” Gorodyansky added. “They otherwise risk the misuse of this data by hackers and third party companies.”