Crafting Plain Language Privacy Notices

Original broadcast date: October 6, 2011

Privacy policies have been reviled for their incomprehensibility and regulators are calling for clearer disclosures. Increasingly, statutes require that privacy notices be written in plain language. Our seasoned panelists' including a plain-language expert'use real-world examples to help you learn how craft a clear and consumer-friendly privacy notice that also satisfies legal requirements. Emphasis is on turning legalese into easy-reading using common words; short, declarative sentences; and a focus on action and choice.

Christopher G. Cwalina, Counsel, Reed Smith, LLP
Christopher N. Olsen, Assistant Director, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, FTC
Shannon Wheatman, Vice President, Kinsella Media, LLC
Member Price: $159
Nonmember Price: $179