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Daily Dashboard | How to build a privacy program that stands against any regulation Related reading: Finland DPA fines taxi company 72K euros

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It's no secret that privacy regulations in the U.S. are on the rise. There are 15 states with some form of existing or proposed regulations related to data privacy. What remains to be seen is how organizations plan to tackle the development of privacy programs that meet compliance requirements for each state regulation and global laws, in some cases, that their data falls under. The answer may lie with baseline privacy principles, which amount to bare necessities an organization uses as building blocks on the way to compliance with any regulation they face. In a piece for The Privacy Advisor, IAPP Staff Writer Joe Duball reports on a workshop at the IAPP's Privacy. Security. Risk. conference that detailed what a baseline program is all about.
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