November 01, 2012

Advising Clients on Internet Privacy Policies

Michelle Sherman

If your clients operate on the Internet and collect customer data, what advice can you give them to help them stay clear of danger?

There has been a considerable push back in recent years regarding the data collected by social networks and Internet service providers. It is difficult to have a conversation about social media without people listing reasons why they are not on it, or why they are thinking about closing their account. Usually, their love-hate relationship with social media is centered on privacy concerns: what information is collected and stored about them, who it is being shared with, and the seeming inability to prevent “tracking” and “data mining.”

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