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Daily Dashboard | How Start-Ups Should Be Thinking About Privacy Related reading: What Equifax means for understanding the dangers of OSS

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A recent report by The Globe and Mail revealed that “start-ups don’t care about privacy,” but that notion is not agreed upon by everyone. “I was bemused by that statement,” writes Daragh O’Brien in this post for Privacy Perspectives. “I’ve advised start-ups even in the pre-Snowden era, and smart ones took privacy seriously because they realized that getting it wrong could damage their brand or affect their ability to deliver a return to their investors,” he writes, adding, “Really smart ones tried to figure out how to make it part of their unique selling proposition.” O’Brien shares lessons from start-ups—with some learning the hard way that privacy needs to be baked in the business plan—as well as advice start-ups should consider when creating business plans.
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