Laws Regulating Privacy Policies
In fact, the most common way that companies get into legal trouble with regards to their privacy policies is not by leaving out a legally-mandated provision, but by stating something in their policy that is not in line with practice. This gap between privacy and practice may occur for several reasons, including:
Given the importance of accuracy, both in terms of maintaining your credibility with consumers and avoiding legal action for misrepresentation, it is best to avoid using privacy practices from similar businesses. Chances are that your collection and use of personal information will differ from another company.
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