Privacy Policies: From Compliance to Stewardship
February 7, 2014
Recently, I read an article entitled “Do You Know How Your Data Is Being Used” by Joseph Titlebaum at Corporate Counsel. It is a good article and I recommend reading it; however, I want to focus on a small point made in the article and that is the failure in privacy compliance to update online privacy policies for new services and data collection.
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Caroline McCaffery is General Counsel at Sailthru and an expert in Corporate Law, with more than 13 years of corporate transactional experience with scaling technology companies ranging from early-stage to large, multi-national corporations. She also brings over 3 years experience of navigating in the new and emerging Big Data Privacy and Security Law industry for early-stage clients.
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