Spanish and Italian are the most popular languages for keeping documents, according to a new report.
It also suggests that people in Spain and Italy have the highest expectations of keeping documents intact.
The report, by the International Center for the Study of Data Privacy (ICSP), surveyed nearly 8,000 users in the countries of Italy and Spain.
It found that people are most likely to consider keeping a document in the most secure format.
Spanish users are also the most likely people to think of maintaining a document as the “most important task,” while Italian users are most interested in the fact that keeping documents in a “secure” format can help them “keep their lives together.”
The report also found that Spanish and French people are also more likely to have a “very strong” interest in maintaining documents in their own language, compared to people in other European countries.
The study focused on maintaining a wide range of documents, including online documents, documents in the cloud, and documents stored in physical storage.
The findings could have important implications for how people keep their personal data in a variety of places.
For example, the study found that a vast majority of people believe that keeping a digital document in their home can be done securely and without compromising their privacy.
But keeping documents at home is not necessarily the best option for many people, because many people are more interested in keeping documents online than keeping them in their homes.
The ICSP report also pointed out that keeping your documents on cloud services can help keep them in the hands of people you trust, while cloud storage providers can help people manage the data.
It is also worth mentioning that a large portion of the respondents in the survey also indicated that keeping their documents on Dropbox and Google Drive was a better choice for keeping their data in the privacy of their own homes.
It will be interesting to see if the data retention debate will get any traction with the Trump administration.