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Daily Dashboard | Global Sweep Highlights “Significant” Shortcomings Related reading: On the pitfalls of reputation economics

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The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) today released the findings of the first-ever Global Privacy Enforcement Network Internet Privacy Sweep, noting “shortcomings in how some online organizations provide information about their privacy practices.” The OPC’s blog includes key details as well as screenshots from the sweep. “While we did see some good examples that demonstrated it is possible to create transparent privacy policies, unfortunately, we also found some sites with no policies or that offered only brief, over-generalized statements about privacy,” said Canadian Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart, noting one “particularly disappointing example…was a paternity testing website with a privacy statement so skimpy it would fit into a tweet.”
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