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You Need a Privacy Policy in 2017: Here's How to Start

Hubspot

At this point, you might be asking yourself: Do I really need a privacy policy for my website? Starting a new business can be overwhelming -- there are a lot of moving parts to manage all at once, and it's easy for your privacy policy to get overlooked (or completely forgotten) in the shuffle. But with so many new data privacy regulations and lawsuits cropping up, skipping out on a privacy policy is just asking for trouble. Privacy Shield.

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The 2012 Social Networking Privacy Policy

Webbiquity SMM

If you were to do a Google search for some of the top social networking sites , you’ll almost certainly stumble across a news story concerning privacy issues with user data. After an intense user backlash and a decline in numbers, Instagram pledged to readjust its terms to tighten up privacy. In a sub-page Foursquare calls “Privacy 101,” the plan and purpose of users’ privacy is laid out simply. Guest post by Athena Newton.

Google's New Privacy Policy: A Primer

SnapApp

Google rolled out its new privacy policy last month, unifying dozens of programs under the same terms of service. The company says that this streamlined policy will make it easier for consumers to find out how Google uses their personal information. But many critics believe that the company is just trying to compile personal data to sell information to advertisers, and the company's new policy only pays lip service to transparency.

5 Stories About EU Privacy Rules: A Daily Roundup

Modern Marketing

by Jesse Noyes | Tweet this Today was enactment day in the European Union, the date when member states were due to roll out the region’s new opt-in privacy requirements for businesses wishing to track consumers’ behavior online with tools like cookies. So in that spirit we thought we’d present a round up of today’s news about the EU privacy directive. Companies in the region will have a year to comply with the explicit opt-in requirements.

[Infographic] More People Opting Out of Behavioral Advertising

readwrite

The fight to gain privacy assurances from advertisers is like a massive, complicated waltz: one step forward, two steps back. More than any other time in the history of the Web, advertisers are feeling the squeeze from government regulators and consumer advocates demanding transparency and respect for user privacy. The Federal Trade Commission has taken strong steps toward protecting user privacy with its Final Privacy Framework.

5 Basic Things Every B2B Marketer Needs to Do to Prepare for GDPR

The Point

Let Visitors Opt-Out of Cookie Tracking. For example, in the case of Marketo, you can set “Do Not Track” Browser Request to “Support.”) Your platform may offer the option to request all visitors from selected countries to opt-in to cookie tracking upon their first visit. In addition, you can also include a “Do Not Track” button or link on your privacy policy page. Create an Opt-In Process. Update Your Privacy Policy.

What SaaS Companies Need to Know About the CCPA

Golden Spiral

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) was enacted in June 2018 with the fundamental goal to protect consumers’ personal data by regulating and enforcing business compliance regarding collection and use of that information. The CCPA guarantees consumer rights to request information, delete information, and opt out. Provide and publicize Opt Out links. Consumers have the right to opt out of sharing their personal information.

CCPA: What B2B Marketers Need to Know

The Point

Another new year approaches and, with it, another major data privacy regulation takes effect. This time, it’s the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which becomes law on January 1, 2020. Even if you’ve already established more stringent data collection and privacy measures as a result of GDPR. provide the option to opt out of the sale of a consumer’s personal information.

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6 Great Email Lessons From the GDPR Deluge of 2018

Content Marketing Institute

These emails, prompted by the European data protection and privacy law that took effect May 25, asked us to confirm our interest in continuing to receive email from the sender. Many asked us to review and accept new privacy policies. Opt out.

Why Top Brands Win with Transparency

Marketo

Although often overlooked, companies with top-notch marketing emphasize privacy and transparency. In this blog, I’ll cover the steps for building consumer trust and get insights on how to optimize marketing in the Age of Privacy.

What Is CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) and What Does It Mean To Marketers?

LiveRamp

In June 2018, California legislators passed the California Consumer Privacy Act (aka CaCPA or CCPA). The California Consumer Privacy Act is the most comprehensive privacy law in the country. Right to opt out – Consumers in California will be able to direct a company to not sell their personal information to third parties (although the definition of “sell” in the bill is broader than simply monetary exchange).

6 Months to CCPA: What You Need To Know

Opt Intelligence

The California Consumer Privacy Act , or CCPA, is a bill designed to outline protections around consumer data for California residents. GDPR began the discussion around and facilitation of greater privacy controls. This means you have about 6 months to prepare your privacy policy and ensure you are in compliance. Consumers also have the right to opt out of the sale of their data. Opt-In Advertising CCPA Data Data Privacy GDPR Privacy

Everything Marketers Need to Know About Consumer Protection & Consumer Rights

Martech Advisor

Two of such regulations and compliances are the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). What Is the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)? While CCPA applies to businesses that serve Californian citizens, companies must satisfy a few criteria such as, they should have annual revenue of $25 million, out of which at least 50% of revenue is generated from the sale of Californian consumer data. Update Your Privacy Policy.

Do browser push notifications really work?

Biznology

Be clear with the communications and make opting out just as easy as opting in. List your privacy policy and explain the anonymity behind the notifications to make sure they understand that there is no “creepy factor” behind these notifications.

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Can Barnes and Noble engage Borders customers?

Biznology

I like the way the e-mail is written–there’s not a lot of graphic overhead and merely two calls to action, one to unsubscribe and another to explain their privacy policy. Just sending out the notice was all that they had to do–and taking a minimalist approach in what was said therein was a great way to avoid any screw-ups by presuming the reactions of the Borders customers. to opt-out of having your customer data transferred to Barnes & Noble.

Can Barnes and Noble engage Borders customers?

Biznology

I like the way the e-mail is written–there’s not a lot of graphic overhead and merely two calls to action, one to unsubscribe and another to explain their privacy policy. Just sending out the notice was all that they had to do–and taking a minimalist approach in what was said therein was a great way to avoid any screw-ups by presuming the reactions of the Borders customers. to opt-out of having your customer data transferred to Barnes & Noble.

Part 2: What Demand Generation Experts Are Doing for CCPA Compliance

TrueInfluence

I’ll get to some details on privacy policies and the like in the next section.) If you, as a demand generation expert, have a telemarketing team, each contact needs to have privacy and consent statements built into the call notes.

Impact of Upcoming iOS 14 Privacy Changes

V12 Data

Apple has announced changes in the upcoming release of iOS 14 that will have an impact on mobile advertisers and marketers: The IDFA (Identifier for Advertisers) will be now require an opt in at the app level to be shared with advertisers and marketers to deliver targeted communications.

choozlechat: A marketer’s guide to navigating the CCPA with Kendra Rizzo

Choozle

H: Now that we’ve got the most important question out of the way, let’s chat CCPA. K: The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is the most comprehensive privacy law in the United States to date and is designed to give Californians more control over their personal information (i.e., data) by providing rights that include the right to access information, the right to opt-out of the sale of their information, and the right to deletion, among others.

The GDPR Era Of Permission Based Email Marketing

Valasys

In order to update your existing database, run a campaign that encourages users to re-opt-in to your email list. In case you don’t have explicit proof that your contact has opted-in to receiving communication from you, then you will need to obtain consent from them again.

Countdown to GDPR: How NetLine has prepared for May 25th

NetLine

To make sure that the experience is transparent per the regulations and agreeable for our EU users, several changes will take place on our forms and within our Privacy Policy. The new-found prominence of our disclosure statement will also include a link to our updated Privacy Policy making it impossible for users to request content without seeing the new messaging. Do users need to opt-in again? 40), the soft opt-in will apply.

3 Legal Steps Podcasters Often Forget About

ConvertKit

I know website themes and colors are exciting, but don’t forget the terms and conditions and privacy policy. Privacy policy. If you have visitors to your website that are European Union residents, you may also have to comply with the EU privacy law, or GDPR.

GDPR and Digital Marketing

ActiveDEMAND

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an upcoming policy that will affect both EU businesses and organizations conducting business in the EU, specifically those on the Internet. This is a policy that aims to standardize policies on the personal data of consumers and it will come into effect May 2018. The GDPR policy covers a wide spectrum of personal information. ActiveDEMAND has always given marketers the tools to help with privacy and data handling.

Data Privacy Issues for SaaS Companies in the Age of GDPR

SmartBug Media

No longer can you simply send out a 14-page legal document with complicated terminology explaining your privacy policies and consider yourself covered. Privacy by Design. These policies and procedures should also have in place systems for: Maintaining data records.

Top 4 Considerations to Get Ready for GDPR

NetLine

Collecting Consent and Communicating Privacy Information. This means that users must be able to provide “unambiguous” permission; rather than simply provide an opt-out checkbox, an opt-in is required that makes it clear what types of messages users will receive. Privacy policies should be updated to reflect compliance with GDPR and revisited every year. NetLine will comply by promptly acknowledging and carrying out erasure when requested.

How to Rebuild Your Email List After GDPR

Opt Intelligence

Didn’t keep your original opt-in records, or maybe used some not-so-white-hat tactics a long time ago? Here’s how to rebuild your email list with opt-in advertising. Send An Opt-In Email For Explicit Consent. Rebuild Your Email List With Opt-In Advertising.

Can Barnes and Noble engage Borders customers?

Biznology

I like the way the e-mail is written–there’s not a lot of graphic overhead and merely two calls to action, one to unsubscribe and another to explain their privacy policy. Just sending out the notice was all that they had to do–and taking a minimalist approach in what was said therein was a great way to avoid any screw-ups by presuming the reactions of the Borders customers. to opt-out of having your customer data transferred to Barnes & Noble.

41% of Marketers Admit to Not Understanding What GDPR Entails. Are You One of Them?

Marketing Envy

Double Opt-in, Double Opt-in Everywhere! Double opt-in is in. Getting people to double opt-in is a completely different story. While there is some ambiguity in the UK with the E-Privacy Directive that prescribes opt-out position for B2B customers rather than the more strict double opt-in consent position under the EU-wide GDPR, the bottom line is - you need to get as much data double-opted in as possible. Update Privacy Policy.

A Marketer’s Guide to the CCPA

Circle Studio

Data privacy laws such as the GDPR continue to be an international trend, with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) being one of the latest examples. It addresses the growing concern by customers regarding their data privacy and also will play a part in lessening privacy issues and data breaches in the future. It’s not too early to start thinking about how your firm’s customer data is organized and how you can work towards greater transparency and privacy.

The Ultimate Guide to GDPR for Advertising

QuanticMind

It’s the biggest regulatory change in data privacy in decades, and the deadline for compliance is fast approaching. Disclaimer: The GDPR is a 200-page document that covers data privacy reform for companies in a variety of contexts. Businesses must conduct privacy impact assessments.

The 7 Point CCPA Compliance Checklist for Marketers for 2020

Martech Advisor

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) comes into effect on Jan. How can marketers prepare for CCPA, build privacy and compliance into their data management strategy, and navigate through CCPA regulations while ensuring personalization? Data Privacy Will be Paramount in 2020.

Privacy Experience: When and Why We Give Up Our Data

Zoominfo

Collectively, personal data and how it’s used is becoming known as the “privacy experience,” and data protection teams and sales reps are increasingly aware of it. The establishment of a forward-thinking, business-focused data privacy and compliance team that can enable and support your sales team will only become more important as the privacy landscape continues its rapid global expansion ,” wrote Taylor Dronen, director of data practices and data protection officer at ZoomInfo.

Identity Theft, Data Management and You

Marketing Action

It’s all about the opt-out! Opting-out is a great way to reduce the amount of your data that hits the web, and allows you to “control” your relationship with your vendors. Requesting an opt-out may take some cycles to implement but I can confidently tell you that it works. You can locate information pertaining to how your data is collected and distributed within the Privacy Policies of the companies you deal with.

Understanding Cookies Part 2: A Guide for Marketers

Marketing Action

Have a clear privacy policy. Spell out what kind of information cookies collect, and how that information will be used. Make sure that the way you’re using cookies is compliant with your privacy policy or the privacy policy of the third-party site where your cookies are placed. Give them an out. Legislation was enacted in Europe in 2012 to control the use of cookies, and the demand for online privacy isn’t going away any time soon.

Google May Have Learned A Lesson From One Of Facebook’s Biggest Blunders

readwrite

Sponsored Stories drew an outcry from Facebook users, a class-action lawsuit and an eventual $20 million settlement that forced the company to restructure its privacy policies and call the sponsored stories what they are —ads. The 2011 lawsuit against the company claimed that Facebook violated users’ privacy rights by publicizing user Likes in advertisements without permission or compensation.

The General Data Protection Regulation: One Year Later

Hubspot

consumers’ perceptions of the current organizational data practices, online consumer-company interactions, and organized responses to privacy regulations. consumers believe that the GDPR has had a positive impact on consumer data privacy in 2019 -- fewer consumers in the U.S. consumers report that the GDPR hasn’t improved their interactions with companies since 2018, fewer consumers responded that they’re likely to opt-out of company data collection, with U.S.