Data privacy is the right to exercise some control over how your personal or private information is collected, managed, and used. Governments create data protection laws to protect individual freedom.
For individuals, privacy is the right to be left alone, free from interference or intrusion. It’s a fundamental right that is essential to autonomy and dignity, providing a foundation for other human rights. Data privacy is the right to exercise some control over how your personal or private information is collected, managed, and used. Governments create data protection laws to protect individual freedom.
Privacy enables us to protect ourselves from unwarranted interference in our lives, which allows us to define who we are and how we interact with society.The important role the Web plays in commerce and social interaction increases the importance of data privacy.
To provide their services, websites, applications, and social media platforms frequently collect and store personal data about users. Without regulation, some applications and platforms have exceeded users' expectations about data collection and sharing, reducing individual privacy. Other apps and platforms may inadequately protect the data they collect, which can compromise user privacy in a data breach.
Businesses’ responsibility to protect individual’s data privacy is paramount. Regulations and best practices exist to ensure that companies remain diligent about their data privacy practices. These help to ensure that businesses:
Poorly protected personal data can be misused in a number of ways, including:
To cost-effectively ensure they are complying with privacy regulations, business owners and leaders need to track consumer requests to opt-out, review, access, delete, and obtain their data. Without an accurate system for tracking the status of each request, business owners risk costly penalties and reputational damage.
To strengthen and enhance customer loyalty, PrivacyCare offers a system that features:
With PrivacyCare you can avoid costly fines, protect your customers personal data and protect your brand value by building customers trust. Jumpstart your consumer data privacy program and get started for free with PrivacyCare today.
PrivacyCare CEO and Co-Founder Brad Garsten joins Microsoft, Squire Patton Boggs and moderated by IAPP - International Association of Privacy Professionals, to discuss the business, legal, and technical implications of the new state privacy laws and how they will impact your business.
January 20, 2023
To cost-effectively ensure that you are complying with data privacy laws like GDPR and CPRA, business owners will have to manage and track consumers’ requests to opt out, review, access, delete and obtain their data. Are you ready for 2023 consumer data privacy laws?
December 14, 2022
With limited budgets and resources available to implement all the necessary requirements, small and medium-sized businesses may be challenged to comply with consumer data privacy regulations. If you fail to comply with CPRA regulations, you may face expensive financial penalties and possible damage to your reputation.
December 17, 2022
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