Privacy Advisor

Five considerations before publicizing privacy policy updates

Changes in the law, in practices of your industry or to your business’s or vendor’s data collection or use practices may trigger a need to update your privacy policy. We recommend that you think about the following five considerations when making changes to your privacy policy. These considerations should help you educate your users; be transparent and accurate in disclosing your practices, and steer clear of regulatory scrutiny.

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