It’s getting to be a bit of an industry buzz phrase: Organizations are moving beyond compliance with their privacy operations. But what does that look like and how do companies who aren’t quite there yet get started? The Online Trust Alliance is doing its best to give you some examples. This year, in their eighth annual “Trust Audit & Honor Roll,” OTA has highlighted Twitter, Dropbox, Instagram, and a number of others for doing more than they have to. Some eschew the use of third-party trackers. Others articulate their data retention policy. An emerging trend is the posting of red-lined privacy notices that make note of changes since the last iteration. IAPP Editor Jedidiah Bracy, CIPP, will discuss these trends and more as part of “Making the Grade: Moving Beyond Compliance into Data Stewardship,” at 12:15 p.m., Thursday. And the OTA has announced a call for comment on 2017’s Honor Roll methodology here at P.S.R. Comments are due to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 3.
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