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privacy policy

A declaration made by an organization regarding its use of personal information that you give it. Due to the countless opportunities for purchasing merchandise as well as signing up and receiving newsletters and other periodic information, privacy policies have become popular on the Web. Such policies state whether third parties may have access to your data and how that data will be used. They may also indicate whether cookies are used. See privacy.
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Audit reports, however, also may list various findings, particularly weaknesses, to assist management in improving adherence to its privacy policy.
According to Thorsten Ganz, vice president of research, The Customer Respect Group, "Minnesota Life demonstrated a customer-centric approach through a fair privacy policy that was well explained, an easy-to-navigate site and a respectful attitude in communicating with its customers online.
com/en-US/privacy/privacy-policy/) Snap's Privacy Policy online.
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In line with the need to know what types of newspapers have the most robust policies, the literature review focuses on privacy policy characteristics research and newspaper characteristics research.
It is essential for GPs to have a privacy policy to explain how their patients personal information is collected, held, and used, so that patients can provide informed consent, Dr Jones said.
These changes should bring Google's privacy policy into compliance with not only U.
Existing research on privacy policy content has been limited.
If your company holds the personal data of customers and has made promises in its data privacy policy about not selling it, then you may be hearing from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
The new guide, "Making Your Privacy Practices Public," gives businesses information to provide a privacy policy for consumers.
According to Cnet, a 2012 overhaul of Google's privacy policy gave the company the right to 'combine personal information' across multiple products, including payment information and location data to improve 'user experience'.

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