Thursday, March 19, 2015

In the press...

Experts: Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights may ease privacy compliance

  "The proposed Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights holds the potential to help not only consumers, but businesses as well," said Sarah Cortes, a privacy researcher at Northeastern University in Boston. "In today's global marketplace, consumers outside the U.S. form a huge and growing market. Establishing that U.S. enterprises must meet a high regulatory standard in consumer privacy provides a competitive advantage for U.S. companies."

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