Online Privacy's New Hot Button: Access

Online Privacy's New Hot Button: Access

Post by Monty Solomo » Thu, 30 Nov 2000 04:00:00



Online Privacy's New Hot Button: Access

Recently, several commentators have published articles with headlines
such as, "Why Privacy is Overrated," questioning why everybody is in
such a lather over invasions of privacy long practiced in the offline
world. Well, writers may be content to indulge in "privacy-shmivacy"
vents, but businesses do not have that luxury. Executives need to act
now to ensure their privacy policies are bulletproof--lest they be
overtaken by events in Washington that are, by the way, moving at an
increasing clip.

http://www.business2.com/content/insights/dailyinsights/2000/11/28/23106

http://www.business2.com/content/insights/dailyinsights/2000/11/28/23072
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